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Supramolecular Materials for Optical and Electrochemical Biosensors

By Tatiana Duque Martins, Antonio Carlos Chaves Ribeiro, Flavio Colmati, Geovany Albino de Souza, Henrique Santiago de Camargo, Diogo Lopes Dias, Paulo Alves da Costa Filho and Diericon de Sousa Cordeiro

Submitted: October 9th 2014Reviewed: April 27th 2015Published: September 24th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60710

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Tatiana Duque Martins, Antonio Carlos Chaves Ribeiro, Flavio Colmati, Geovany Albino de Souza, Henrique Santiago de Camargo, Diogo Lopes Dias, Paulo Alves da Costa Filho and Diericon de Sousa Cordeiro (September 24th 2015). Supramolecular Materials for Optical and Electrochemical Biosensors, Biosensors Toonika Rinken, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60710. Available from:

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