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Table 1 Polymeric matrices, transduction method, detection method and analytes for detection systems based on interactions of boronic acid

From: Boronic acids for sensing and other applications - a mini-review of papers published in 2013

Type of matrix Transduction Detection method Matrix material Analyte Ref.
Polymer Optical Near-infrared Polyacrylamide Glucose [47]
Fluorescence Polyacrylamide Glucose, Oxygen [49]
Fluorescence Polyacrylamide Glucose [51]
Fluorescence Sepharose Glucose, Fructose [54]
Fluorescence Polyacrylate Glucose as effector [52]
Electrochemical Potentiometry, Impedance PVC membrane NaF [58]
Potentiometry Sequential Injecion Analysis PVC membrane Amino acids [59]
Potentiometry electrochemically copolymerised phenylboronic acid/thiophene derivatives Glucose [57]
Impedance Electropolymerised 3-aminophenylboronic acid Dopamine [56]
Acoustic/mechanic Viscometry Polyacrylamide Glucose [53]
MIP Electrochemical Voltammetry Polyacrylamide Dopamine [60]
Voltammetry Poly(aniline-co-anthranilic acid) Dopamine [61]
Optical Fluorescence Polymethacrylate/colloidosomes Isoproterenol [62]
Acoustic Quartz crystal microbalance Polyacrylate Mannose, Ig M [63]
Photonic crystal Optical Diffraction Poly(acrylamide-co-methacrylate) Glucose [64]
Diffraction Polystyrene Fructose [48]
Vesicles Optical Fluorescence N-Alkyl-3-boronopyridinium surfactants Monosaccharides [55]