In Vivo Glucose Sensing is a key reference for scientists and engineers working on the development of glucose sensing technologies for the management of diabetes and other medical conditions. It discusses the analytical chemistry behind the strategies currently used for measuring glucose in vivo. It focuses on analyzing samples in the real world and discusses the biological complexities that make glucose sensing difficult. Covering current implantable devices, next-generation implantable sensing methods, and non-invasive methods for measuring glucose, this book concludes with an overview of possible applications other than diabetes.
David D. Cunningham, PhD, is a Volwiler Associate Research Fellow at Abbott Diagnostics. Julie A. Stenken, PhD, is Professor and 21st Century Chair of Proteomics at the University of Arkansas