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Final Report - 3D-NANOBIODEVICE (Three-dimensional nanobiostructure-based self-contained devices for biomedical application)

Project ID: 229255
Funded under: FP7-NMP


The ultimate aim of the 3D-NANOBIODEVICE project, which received funding under the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) was to construct a hybrid bioelectronic system, potentially implantable self-contained biodevices working in biomatrices of different compositions, e.g. blood, serum, plasma, saliva, extracellular fluids, and cell cultures. This goal was successfully accomplished. Specifically, two proof-of-principle wireless self-powered biodevices were fabricated, calibrated, and tested. These devices contain glucose or oxygen sensitive biosensors connected to a transmitter / operating electronic device powered by BFCs. Signals from these devices, corresponding to varying concentrations of bioanalytes, are transferred to a back-end system, e.g. a computer with an electronic transducer for storage, processing, and integration of the biological information collected by the biosensors.

Both documents are the final reports of the project. In the beginning, the report covers briefly the main objectives and achievements of the project and goes on with introducing the context and the specific objectives. The achieved results of the five work packages are also stated in detail. The report closes with the potential impact.

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