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“…Nonenzymatic glucose sensors are either based on direct oxidation of glucose on an electrode or on affinity-based glucose assays. Direct oxidationbased approaches have received increased interest due to increased nanomaterials research [45][46][47][48]. Arylboronic acid, used for affinity separation of glycoproteins, has frequently been the basis for affinity-based assays coupled with optical or electrochemical detection schemes [49,50].…”
Section: Glucose Measurement Technologymentioning
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“…Nonenzymatic glucose sensors are either based on direct oxidation of glucose on an electrode or on affinity-based glucose assays. Direct oxidationbased approaches have received increased interest due to increased nanomaterials research [45][46][47][48]. Arylboronic acid, used for affinity separation of glycoproteins, has frequently been the basis for affinity-based assays coupled with optical or electrochemical detection schemes [49,50].…”
Section: Glucose Measurement Technologymentioning
“…This prompted the development of nano-structured interfaces that facilitated rapid electron transfer. However, enzymatic sensors are limited (Wang et al 2008a) by their instability due to changes in temperature and pH (Park et al 2006;Wang et al 2013;Li et al 2015). This has led to the development of the fourth generation of electrochemical sensors that are enzyme-free.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Despite dominating the glucose sensor market, enzymatic systems have a number of critical flaws such as high oxygen dependency, and can be therefore questioned for maximum reliability. Furthermore, the sensory ability of enzymatic sugar biosensors may be highly impacted by the presence of other electroactive interferences in the sample that are always commonplace in real industrial samples and it is still constrained by usage of mildly enzymic conditions, such as pH ranges of 2-8, temperatures below 44ºC, and ambient humidity levels [7,8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning