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Bioelectronic direct current stimulation at the transition between reversible and irreversible charge injection
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  • Lukas Matter ,
  • Sebastian Shaner ,
  • Jose Andres Leal Ordonez ,
  • Maria Asplund ,
  • Oliya S. Abdullaeva
Lukas Matter
Chalmers University of Technology, Chalmers University of Technology

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Sebastian Shaner
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Jose Andres Leal Ordonez
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Maria Asplund
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Oliya S. Abdullaeva
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Direct current electric fields (dcEFs) naturally occur in wound healing or cancer metastasis. The stimulus to generate dcEFs may release toxic stimulation by-products. The release can be delayed by increasing the capacitance of the stimulation electrode by coating the surface with conducting polymers.