Applications of Field-Effect Transistor (FET)-Type Biosensors

  title={Applications of Field-Effect Transistor (FET)-Type Biosensors},
  author={Jeho Park and Hoang Hiep Nguyen and Abdela Woubit and Moonil Kim},
  journal={Applied Science and Convergence Technology},
A field-effect transistor (FET) is one of the most commonly used semiconductor devices. Recently, increasing interest has been given to FET-based biosensors owing totheir outstanding benefits, which are likely to include a greater signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), fast measurement capabilities, and compact or portable instrumentation. Thus far, a number of FET-based biosensors have been developed to study biomolecular interactions, which are the key drivers of biological responses in in vitro or in… 

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