Label-free immunodetection with CMOS-compatible semiconducting nanowires

@article{Stern2007LabelfreeIW,
  title={Label-free immunodetection with CMOS-compatible semiconducting nanowires},
  author={Eric C. Stern and James F. Klemic and David A. Routenberg and Pauline N. Wyrembak and Daniel Turner-Evans and Andrew D. Hamilton and David A. LaVan and Tarek M. Fahmy and Mark A. Reed},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={445},
  pages={519-522}
}
Semiconducting nanowires have the potential to function as highly sensitive and selective sensors for the label-free detection of low concentrations of pathogenic microorganisms. Successful solution-phase nanowire sensing has been demonstrated for ions, small molecules, proteins, DNA and viruses; however, ‘bottom-up’ nanowires (or similarly configured carbon nanotubes) used for these demonstrations require hybrid fabrication schemes, which result in severe integration issues that have hindered… CONTINUE READING
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