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Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors

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Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors. / Liu, H.; Dumas, N.; Richardson, A. et al.

Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International mixed signal testing workshop (IMSTW'06), Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Lancaster, UK : ISLI en Lancaster University, 2006. p. 136-141.

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Liu, H, Dumas, N, Richardson, A, Heal, R & Kerkhoff, HG 2006, Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors. in Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International mixed signal testing workshop (IMSTW'06), Edinburgh, United Kingdom. ISLI en Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK, pp. 136-141. <http://eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl/8512/>

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Liu, H., Dumas, N., Richardson, A., Heal, R., & Kerkhoff, H. G. (2006). Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors. In Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International mixed signal testing workshop (IMSTW'06), Edinburgh, United Kingdom (pp. 136-141). ISLI en Lancaster University. http://eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl/8512/

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Liu H, Dumas N, Richardson A, Heal R, Kerkhoff HG. Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors. In Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International mixed signal testing workshop (IMSTW'06), Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Lancaster, UK: ISLI en Lancaster University. 2006. p. 136-141

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Liu, H. ; Dumas, N. ; Richardson, A. et al. / Built-in test of electrode degradation of multi-electrode array biosensors. Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International mixed signal testing workshop (IMSTW'06), Edinburgh, United Kingdom. Lancaster, UK : ISLI en Lancaster University, 2006. pp. 136-141

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