Bioelectronics (IBI-3)

BIOELECTRONICS

Our interdisciplinary team of physicists, chemists, biologists and electrical engineers studies and develops functional assemblies of biological components and electronic devices.

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Recent Publications

Frequency Mixing Magnetic Detection Setup with Permanent Ring Magnets.

Frequency Mixing Magnetic Detection Setup Employing Permanent Ring Magnets as a Static Offset Field Source - Pourshahidi, A.M.; Achtsnicht, S.; Offenhäusser, A.; Krause, H.-J. , Sensors 2022, 22, 8776. https://doi.org/10.3390/s22228776

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Polymer Nanopillars Induce Neuronal Adhesion and Axon Growth

Polymer Nanopillars Induce Increased Paxillin Adhesion Assembly and Promote Axon Growth in Primary Cortical Neurons - F. Milos, A. Belu, D. Mayer, V. Maybeck, A. Offenhäusser, Adv. Biology 2021, 5, 2000248.

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Flexible intraretinal implants

Development and in vitro validation of flexible intraretinal probes. - Rincón Montes V., Gehlen J., Ingebrandt S., Mokwa W., Walter P., Müller F. and Offenhäusser A., Sci Rep 10, 19836 (2020).

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Frequency Mixing Magnetic Detection Setup Employing Permanent Ring Magnets as a Static Offset Field Source - Pourshahidi, A.M.; Achtsnicht, S.; Offenhäusser, A.; Krause, H.-J. , Sensors 2022, 22, 8776. https://doi.org/10.3390/s22228776

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