Do Sweat It! Wearable Microfluidic Sensor to Measure Lactate Concentration in Real Time

It’s important to use non-irritating materials in the design of wearable sensors that are used for quantifying lactate levels during exercise | Photo courtesy: Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels

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