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Year Number of Results
1945 6
1946 9
1947 19
1948 22
1949 15
1950 29
1951 25
1952 19
1953 21
1954 24
1955 31
1956 26
1957 21
1958 19
1959 28
1960 57
1961 58
1962 84
1963 144
1964 190
1965 138
1966 165
1967 256
1968 430
1969 411
1970 415
1971 407
1972 420
1973 365
1974 369
1975 305
1976 279
1977 287
1978 242
1979 319
1980 223
1981 148
1982 182
1983 182
1984 142
1985 136
1986 171
1987 155
1988 182
1989 180
1990 193
1991 217
1992 179
1993 167
1994 212
1995 247
1996 238
1997 243
1998 314
1999 350
2000 434
2001 451
2002 552
2003 715
2004 841
2005 993
2006 1128
2007 1450
2008 1605
2009 1891
2010 2079
2011 2537
2012 2603
2013 2965
2014 3050
2015 3053
2016 2992
2017 3185
2018 3199
2019 1815
2020 39
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Mesh electronics: a new paradigm for tissue-like brain probes.
Hong G, et al. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29202327 Free PMC article.
To bridge the gap between neural and electronic networks, we have introduced the new concept of mesh electronics probes designed with structural and mechanical properties such that the implant begins to 'look and behave' like neural tissue. ...This review provides a historical overview of a 10-year development of mesh electronics by highlighting the tissue-like design, syringe-assisted delivery, seamless neural tissue integration, and single-neuron level chronic recording stability of mesh electronics. ...
To bridge the gap between neural and electronic networks, we have introduced the new concept of mesh electronics probes design …
Engineered phages for electronics.
Cui Y. Biosens Bioelectron 2016 - Review. PMID 27322923
To apply the engineered phages in electronics, these are a number of interesting questions: how to engineer phages for electronics? ...What are the strategies to construct electronics devices with engineered phages? This review will highlight the early attempts to address these questions and explore the fundamental and practical aspects of engineered phages in electronics, including the approaches for selection or expression of specific peptides on phage coat proteins, characterization of engineered phages in electronics, assembly of electronic materials, patterning of engineered phages, and construction of electronic devices. ...
To apply the engineered phages in electronics, these are a number of interesting questions: how to engineer phages for electronics
Organic Electronics for Point-of-Care Metabolite Monitoring.
Pappa AM, et al. Trends Biotechnol 2018 - Review. PMID 29196057
In this review we focus on demonstrating how organic electronic materials can solve key problems in biosensing thanks to their unique material properties and implementation in innovative device configurations. ...
In this review we focus on demonstrating how organic electronic materials can solve key problems in biosensing thanks to their unique …
Nano-Bioelectronics
Zhang A and Lieber CM. Chem Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 26691648 Free PMC article.
Nano-bioelectronics represents a rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field that combines nanomaterials with biology and electronics and, in so doing, offers the potential to overcome existing challenges in bioelectronics. In particular, shrinking electronic transducer dimensions to the nanoscale and making their properties appear more biological can yield significant improvements in the sensitivity and biocompatibility and thereby open up opportunities in fundamental biology and healthcare. ...
Nano-bioelectronics represents a rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field that combines nanomaterials with biology and electronics a …
Paper electronics.
Tobjörk D and Österbacka R. Adv Mater 2011 - Review. PMID 21433116
The use of paper substrates could be extended even further, if electronic applications would be applied next to or below the printed graphics. However, applying electronics on paper is challenging. The paper surface is not only very rough compared to plastics, but is also porous. ...
The use of paper substrates could be extended even further, if electronic applications would be applied next to or below the printed …
Advanced Materials and Devices for Bioresorbable Electronics.
Kang SK, et al. Acc Chem Res 2018. PMID 29664613
When combined with bioresorbable conductors, dielectrics, substrates, and encapsulation layers, Si NMs provide the basis for a broad, general class of bioresorbable electronics. ...A final section outlines bioresorbable electronics for sensing of various biophysical parameters, monitoring electrophysiological activity, and delivering drugs in a programmed manner. ...
When combined with bioresorbable conductors, dielectrics, substrates, and encapsulation layers, Si NMs provide the basis for a broad, genera …
Biomedical devices go wild
Rogers J, et al. Sci Adv 2018. PMID 30255157 Free PMC article.
Endeavor of Iontronics: From Fundamentals to Applications of Ion-Controlled Electronics.
Bisri SZ, et al. Adv Mater 2017 - Review. PMID 28582588
Iontronics is a newly emerging interdisciplinary concept which bridges electronics and ionics, covering electrochemistry, solid-state physics, electronic engineering, and biological sciences. The recent developments of electronic devices are highlighted, based on electric double layers formed at the interface between ionic conductors (but electronically insulators) and various electronic conductors including organics and inorganics (oxides, chalcogenide, and carbon-based materials). ...
Iontronics is a newly emerging interdisciplinary concept which bridges electronics and ionics, covering electrochemistry, solid-state …
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