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Development of Self-assembled Muscle-powered Microdevices
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
As technology advances into a new era of N/MEMS, powering these tiny devices becomes a significant issue. To address this issue, a self-assembled living/nonliving microgenerator has been developed through seamless integration of PVDF-TrFE and neonatal cardiac muscle cell. This microgenerator system can covert glucose into electrical energy, which is of particular interest in engineering applications. Since glucose is ubiquitous inside our body, the microgenerator is especially suitable fordoi:10.1557/proc-820-o5.8/w9.8 fatcat:bqiprwrxu5dy3ng3pfgw5yawqi