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2021 journal article
Integrated non-invasive biochemical and biophysical sensing systems for health and performance monitoring: A systems perspective
BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS.
By: M. Yokus & M. Daniele
Rational design of direct electron transfer type L-lactate dehydrogenase for the development of multiplexed biosensor
BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS, 176.
By: K. Hiraka, W. Tsugawa, R. Asano, M. Yokus, K. Ikebukuro, M. Daniele, K. Sode
2020 journal article
Wearable multiplexed biosensor system toward continuous monitoring of metabolites
BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS, 153.
By: M. Yokus, T. Songkakul, V. Pozdin, A. Bozkurt & M. Daniele
Measuring and regulating oxygen levels in microphysiological systems: design, material, and sensor considerations
[Review of ]. ANALYST, 144(10), 3190–3215.
By: K. Rivera, M. Yokus, P. Erb, V. Pozdin & M. Daniele
2016 journal article
Fabric-based wearable dry electrodes for body surface biopotential recording
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 63(2), 423–430.
By: M. Yokus & J. Jur
Printed stretchable interconnects for smart garments: Design, fabrication, and characterization
IEEE Sensors Journal, 16(22), 7967–7976.
By: M. Yokus, R. Foote & J. Jur
Skin hydration sensor for customizable electronic textiles
MRS Advances, 1(38), 2671–2676.
2015 conference paper
Wearable wireless sensors for chronic respiratory disease monitoring
2015 IEEE 12th International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN).
By: J. Dieffenderfer, H. Goodell, B. Bent, E. Beppler, R. Jayakumar, M. Yokus, J. Jur, A. Bozkurt, D. Peden
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