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CMOS DNA Sensor Array With Integrated A/D Conversion Based on Label-Free Capacitance Measurement
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This paper presents a fully electronic label-free DNA chip in 0.5-mum CMOS technology, with 5-V supply voltage, suitable for low-cost highly integrated applications. Expand
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DNA detection by integrable electronics.
This paper presents a new electronic methodology to detect DNA hybridization for rapid identification of diseases, as well as food and environmental monitoring on a genetic base. The proposedExpand
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Microelectrodes on a Silicon Chip for Label-Free Capacitive DNA Sensing
This paper presents the experimental characterization of two-terminal microfabricated capacitors for microarrays with an electrical sensing of label-free deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). So far, such aExpand
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New insights for using self-assembly materials to improve the detection stability in label-free DNA-chip and immuno-sensors.
This paper examines reliable advancements in low-cost DNA- and immuno-chips. Capacitance detection was successfully chosen to develop label-free bio-chips. Probe immobilization was rigorouslyExpand
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A Biosensor for Direct Detection of DNA Sequences Based on Capacitance Measurements
The large demand for DNA analysis calls for the development of portable, low-cost, easy-to-perform assays. We developed and performed preliminary assessments of an integrable biosensor for the directExpand
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A Fully Electronic Label-Free DNA Sensor Chip
This paper presents a microfabricated DNA chip for fully electronic, label-free DNA recognition based on capacitance measurements. The chip has been fabricated in 0.5-mum CMOS technology and itExpand
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Label-free cancer markers detection by capacitance biochip
Abstract This paper investigates technological advancements in developing reliable technologies for label free detection of cancer markers. Capacitance detection was used successfully to develop anExpand
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Fully Electronic CMOS DNA Detection Array Based on Capacitance Measurement with On-Chip Analog-to-Digital Conversion
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An 8 times 16 array of sensing micro-sites employs a fully-electrical label-free technique for DNA recognition using capacitance measurement and is fabricated in 0.5mum CMOS with added noble metal. Expand
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Innovative Optoelectronic Approaches to Biomolecular Analysis with Arrays of Silicon Devices
  • C. Guiducci, C. Stagni, +5 authors G. Cesare
  • Computer Science, Materials Science
  • IFIP International Conference on Very Large Scale…
  • 1 October 2006
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Novel approaches for the development of integrated molecular analysis tools have been tested. Expand
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Interface Layering Phenomena in Capacitance Detection of DNA with Biochips
Reliable DNA detection is of great importance for the development of the Lab-on-chip technology. The effort of the most recent projects on this field is to integrate all necessary operations, such asExpand
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