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High-k dielectric Al2O3 nanowire and nanoplate field effect sensors for improved pH sensing
Over the last decade, field-effect transistors (FETs) with nanoscale dimensions have emerged as possible label-free biological and chemical sensors capable of highly sensitive detection of variousExpand
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“On silico” peptide microarrays for high-resolution mapping of antibody epitopes and diverse protein-protein interactions
We developed a new, silicon-based peptide array for a broad range of biological applications, including potential development as a real-time point-of-care platform. We used photolithography onExpand
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Surface immobilizable chelator for label-free electrical detection of pyrophosphate.
A new pyrophosphate (PPi) chelator was designed for surface-sensitive electrical detection of biomolecular reactions. This article describes the synthesis of the PPi-selective receptor, its surfaceExpand
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Label-free electrical detection of pyrophosphate generated from DNA polymerase reactions on field-effect devices.
We introduce a label-free approach for sensing polymerase reactions on deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) using a chelator-modified silicon-on-insulator field-effect transistor (SOI-FET) that exhibitsExpand
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16.1 A nanogap transducer array on 32nm CMOS for electrochemical DNA sequencing
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In this paper, we have demonstrated a highly scalable all-electronic approach towards DNA sequencing using CMOS readout electronics coupled with post-processed nanogap transducers. Expand
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Mapping epitopes of U1-70K autoantibodies at single-amino acid resolution
Abstract The mechanisms underlying development of ribonucleoprotein (RNP) autoantibodies are unclear. The U1-70K protein is the predominant target of RNP autoantibodies, and the RNA binding domainExpand
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High-Resolution Analysis of Antibodies to Post-Translational Modifications Using Peptide Nanosensor Microarrays.
Autoantibodies are a hallmark of autoimmune diseases such as lupus and have the potential to be used as biomarkers for diverse diseases, including immunodeficiency, infectious disease, and cancer.Expand
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Fabrication of a CMOS compatible nanopore detector for DNA
Submitted for the MAR10 Meeting of The American Physical Society Fabrication of a CMOS compatible nanopore detector for DNA ASHFAQUE UDDIN, KAVEH MILANINIA, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Eng., UCSB,Expand
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Scalable Nanogap Sensors for Non-Redox Enzyme Assays.
Clinical diagnostic assays that monitor redox enzyme activity are widely used in small, low-cost readout devices for point-of-care monitoring (e.g., a glucometer); however, monitoring non-redoxExpand