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Organic electrochemical transistors for cell culture monitoring

Originální název

Organic electrochemical transistors for cell culture monitoring

Anglický název

Organic electrochemical transistors for cell culture monitoring

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) has a potential for development of innovative biomedical devices. The straightforward fabrication, low-cost printing techniques, individually functionalized and directly interfaced is an advantage of printed OECT. The cultivation of cells in vitro is potentially powerful tool for investigation of drug interaction with the organism for treatment and toxicity testing. In our work, microplate with multi-electrode array of 96 OECTs fabricated by the screen printing method was developed. As an alternative approach multi-electrode array of 12 OECTs fabricated by Fujifilm Dimatix Material Printer (DMP) 2800 with gold printed electrodes and screen printed PEDOT:PSS on glass slide was developed. Both developed sensor platforms were used for monitoring of electrical response of cell culture of beating cardiomyocytes. The results will be discussed in detail.

Anglický abstrakt

The organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) has a potential for development of innovative biomedical devices. The straightforward fabrication, low-cost printing techniques, individually functionalized and directly interfaced is an advantage of printed OECT. The cultivation of cells in vitro is potentially powerful tool for investigation of drug interaction with the organism for treatment and toxicity testing. In our work, microplate with multi-electrode array of 96 OECTs fabricated by the screen printing method was developed. As an alternative approach multi-electrode array of 12 OECTs fabricated by Fujifilm Dimatix Material Printer (DMP) 2800 with gold printed electrodes and screen printed PEDOT:PSS on glass slide was developed. Both developed sensor platforms were used for monitoring of electrical response of cell culture of beating cardiomyocytes. The results will be discussed in detail.

BibTex


@misc{BUT141691,
  author="Stanislav {Stříteský} and Lukáš {Omasta} and Ota {Salyk} and Martin {Vala} and Martin {Weiter}",
  title="Organic electrochemical transistors for cell culture monitoring",
  annote="The organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) has a potential for development of innovative biomedical devices. The straightforward fabrication, low-cost printing techniques, individually functionalized and directly interfaced is an advantage of printed OECT. The cultivation of cells in vitro is potentially powerful tool for investigation of drug interaction with the organism for treatment and toxicity testing. 
In our work, microplate with multi-electrode array of 96 OECTs fabricated by the screen printing method was developed. As an alternative approach multi-electrode array of 12 OECTs fabricated by Fujifilm Dimatix Material Printer (DMP) 2800 with gold printed electrodes and screen printed PEDOT:PSS on glass slide was developed. Both developed sensor platforms were used for monitoring of electrical response of cell culture of beating cardiomyocytes. The results will be discussed in detail.",
  booktitle="Polymers and organic materials for electronics and photonics: science for applications",
  chapter="141691",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2017",
  month="september",
  pages="182--182",
  type="abstract"
}