Graphene Transistors for Bioelectronics

@article{Hess2013GrapheneTF,
  title={Graphene Transistors for Bioelectronics},
  author={Lucas H. Hess and Max Seifert and Jos{\`e} Antonio Garrido},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2013},
  volume={101},
  pages={1780-1792}
}
This paper provides an overview on graphene solution-gated field-effect transistors (SGFETs) and their applications in bioelectronics. The fabrication and characterization of arrays of graphene SGFETs is presented and discussed with respect to competing technologies. To obtain a better understanding of the working principle of solution-gated transistors, the graphene-electrolyte interface is discussed in detail. The in vitro biocompatibility of graphene is assessed by primary neuron cultures… 
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