A novel and versatile processing method is developed for the formation of nanoporous scaffolds with in-situ enzyme immobilization for highly sensitive biosensor applications. The nanoporous scaffold-based biosensor shows high sensitivity, stability, selectivity, and good precision. This flow-induced immobilziation technique opens up new pathways for designing simple, fast, biocompatible, and cost-effective processes for enhanced sensor performance.
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