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2021-11-07

Fiber based organic electrochemical transistor integrated with molecularly imprinted membrane for uric acid detection

ABSTRACT:In this study, poly(3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) nanocluster structure was synthesized on the reduced graphene oxide (rGO) modified cotton fibers. The organic electrochemical transistors based on the modified fiber have been assembled and their performance of different gate electrode transistors has been investigated. The transistor exhibits an excellent transconductance of up to 15.5 mS and a high on-off ratio close to 2*102. The bending angle and bending times have little effect on the device performance. The uric acid (UA) sensor based transistor has been fabricated for the first time. Flexible sensors based on molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) membrane with different fiber gate electrodes have been investigated. The UA sensor with MIP/PEDOT/carbon fiber as the gate electrode has a sensitivity of 100 μA per decade from 1 nM to 500 μM, a linear coefficient of 0.97143, excellent selectivity, and good reproducibility. In addition, fiber based organic electrochemical transistors (FECTs) can be sewn into the fabric for monitoring and have successfully evaluated the detection of UA in artificial urine sample, with data consistent well with the UA concentration obtained from single fiber. Therefore, the sensor based FECTs can be used for low cost, accurate, non-enzymatic detection of UA in clinical diagnostics and bioanalytical applications.

Tao Yang et al. Fiber based organic electrochemical transistor integrated with molecularly imprinted membrane for uric acid detection. Talanta, 2021, 123055.

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