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Novel graphene-based biosensor for early detection of Zika virus infection.
- Savannah Afsahi, Mitchell B. Lerner, +8 authors B. Goldsmith
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biosensors & bioelectronics
- 15 February 2018
We have developed a cost-effective and portable graphene-enabled biosensor to detect Zika virus with a highly specific immobilized monoclonal antibody. Field Effect Biosensing (FEB) with monoclonal… Expand
Biomimetic chemical sensors using nanoelectronic readout of olfactory receptor proteins.
We have designed and implemented a practical nanoelectronic interface to G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), a large family of membrane proteins whose roles in the detection of molecules outside… Expand
Scalable, non-invasive glucose sensor based on boronic acid functionalized carbon nanotube transistors
- Mitchell B. Lerner, N. Kybert, R. Mendoza, Romain Villechenon, Manuel A. Bonilla Lopez, A. C. Johnson
- Chemistry, Physics
- 26 April 2013
We developed a scalable, label-free all-electronic sensor for D-glucose based on a carbon nanotube transistor functionalized with pyrene-1-boronic acid. This sensor responds to glucose in the range 1… Expand
Hybrids of a genetically engineered antibody and a carbon nanotube transistor for detection of prostate cancer biomarkers.
We developed a novel detection method for osteopontin (OPN), a new biomarker for prostate cancer, by attaching a genetically engineered single-chain variable fragment (scFv) protein with high binding… Expand
Scalable Production of Highly Sensitive Nanosensors Based on Graphene Functionalized with a Designed G Protein-Coupled Receptor
- Mitchell B. Lerner, Felipe Matsunaga, +8 authors A. Johnson
- Materials Science, Physics
- Nano letters
- 17 April 2014
We have developed a novel, all-electronic biosensor for opioids that consists of an engineered μ-opioid receptor protein, with high binding affinity for opioids, chemically bonded to a graphene… Expand
Toward quantifying the electrostatic transduction mechanism in carbon nanotube molecular sensors.
- Mitchell B. Lerner, James M. Resczenski, A. Amin, R. R. Johnson, J. I. Goldsmith, A. Johnson
- Chemistry, Physics
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- 22 August 2012
Despite the great promise of carbon nanotube field-effect transistors (CNT FETs) for applications in chemical and biochemical detection, a quantitative understanding of sensor responses is lacking.… Expand
High-Current Gain Two-Dimensional MoS₂-Base Hot-Electron Transistors.
- Carlos M. Torres, Yann-Wen Lan, +11 authors K. L. Wang
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Nano letters
- 6 November 2015
The vertical transport of nonequilibrium charge carriers through semiconductor heterostructures has led to milestones in electronics with the development of the hot-electron transistor. Recently,… Expand
A carbon nanotube immunosensor for Salmonella
Antibody-functionalized carbon nanotube devices have been suggested for use as bacterial detectors for monitoring of food purity in transit from the farm to the kitchen. Here we report progress… Expand
Large scale commercial fabrication of high quality graphene-based assays for biomolecule detection
Abstract Large numbers of high quality graphene transistors with mobility approximately 5000 cm 2 /V*s were fabricated by chemical vapor deposition and packaged into ceramic carriers with an open… Expand