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Soft transparent graphene contact lens electrodes for conformal full-cornea recording of electroretinogram

The electrical response of the eye to optical stimulus is important in disease diagnosis but current electrodes used have limitations. Here, the authors report on the development of soft transparent graphene-based contact lens electrodes for electroretinogram recording and test the device in vivo.

Journal Title: Nature Communications 01 June 2018, Vol.9(1), pp.1-11
Main Author: Rongkang Yin
Other Authors: Zheng Xu , Ming Mei , Zhaolong Chen , Kai Wang , Yanlin Liu , Tao Tang , Manish Kr. Priydarshi , Xuejuan Meng , Siyuan Zhao , Bing Deng , Hailin Peng , Zhongfan Liu , Xiaojie Duan
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ID: E-ISSN: 2041-1723 ; DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-04781-w
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title: Soft transparent graphene contact lens electrodes for conformal full-cornea recording of electroretinogram
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  • Rongkang Yin
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  • Ming Mei
  • Zhaolong Chen
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  • Tao Tang
  • Manish Kr. Priydarshi
  • Xuejuan Meng
  • Siyuan Zhao
  • Bing Deng
  • Hailin Peng
  • Zhongfan Liu
  • Xiaojie Duan
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description: The electrical response of the eye to optical stimulus is important in disease diagnosis but current electrodes used have limitations. Here, the authors report on the development of soft transparent graphene-based contact lens electrodes for electroretinogram recording and test the device in vivo.
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