Ultrasensitive Paper-Based Electrode Sensors for Medical and Environmental Diagnostics
UCF Office of Research and Commercialization, Office of Technology Transfer, FL, United States
Novel paper-based ion-selective electrodes with substantially lower limits of detection and improved selectivity. This electrode fabrication method has been optimized for easy preparation and reliability. It can be used for the development of low cost, point-of-care diagnostics for ion quantification of biomedical and environmental fluids.
Primary Application Area: Electronics, Sensors & Communications
Technology Development Status: Prototype
Technology Readiness Level: TRL 3
FIGURES OF MERIT
Value Proposition: UCF’s technology is a low cost, disposable alternative to conventional solid-contact ion-selective electrodes. The system features high selectivity for the target ions, low limits of detection (nanomolar range), and high reproducibility. Additionally, it does not require pretreatment, allowing immediate and on-site analysis of biomedical and environmental fluids.
Organization Type: Academic/Gov Lab
Showcase Booth #: 523
GOVT/EXTERNAL FUNDING SOURCES
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Primary Sources of Funding: University
Looking for: Both Funding and Development Partners