21.1 Nanowatt circuit interface to whole-cell bacterial sensors

Abstract

Genetically engineered, re-programmable bacterial cells are fast emerging as a platform for small molecule detection in challenging environments [1]. A key barrier to widespread deployment of autonomous bacterial sensors is the detection of low-level bioluminescence, which is typically quantified with power-hungry (watt-level) detection hardware such as… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ISSCC.2017.7870406

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@article{Nadeau2017211NC, title={21.1 Nanowatt circuit interface to whole-cell bacterial sensors}, author={Phillip M. Nadeau and Mark Mimee and Sean Carim and Timothy K. Lu and Anantha Chandrakasan}, journal={2017 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC)}, year={2017}, pages={352-353} }