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Integrated sudomotor axon reflex sweat stimulation for continuous sweat analyte analysis with individuals at rest

Integrated sudomotor axon reflex sweat stimulation for continuous sweat analyte analysis with individuals at rest
Gerald Kasting, Trudy Gaillard, Zachary Sonner, Jason Heikenfeld, Eliza Wilder
Eccrine sweat has rapidly emerged as a non-invasive, ergonomic, and rich source of chemical analytes with numerous technological demonstrations now showing the ability for continuous electrochemical sensing.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/LC/~3/KxqE-EdQxBw/C7LC00364A

DOI: 2017/LC/C7LC00364A

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