Dynamic testing and in vivo evaluation of dermally implantable luminescent microparticle glucose sensors
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We have been developing dermally-implantable microparticle glucose sensors to monitor interstitial glucose levels. For these sensors to be deployed in vivo, a matched opto-electronic system to interrogate implanted sensors has been designed and constructed. The aim of this study is to test the capability of the sensor system, including in vivo sensor performance, hardware efficiency and hardware optimization based on test results. This paper will report the results of dynamic in vitro tests of sensor performance and the results of preliminary experiments of implants in animal models. 2010 Copyright SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.
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