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Solid-state Devices For Detection Of DNA, Protein Biomarkers And Cells
(Electrical Engineering, 2012-07-25)
Nanobiotechnology and BioMEMS have had tremendous impact on biosensing in the areas of cancer cell detection and therapeutics, disease diagnostics, proteomics and DNA analysis. Diseases are expressed on all levels including ...
Viscosity and surface-free energy effects in thermal shrinking of solid-state nanopores
(American Institute of Physics;, 2012-06-05)
Solid-state nanopores are fabricated by either drilling these in thin membranes or by shrinking large pores with electron/ion beam. Simple heating of thin membranes with many large pores has been shown recently to controllably ...
Porous Organic Nanolayers for Coating of Solid-state Devices
(BioMed Central ;, 2011-05-14)
Highly hydrophobic surfaces can have very low surface energy and such low surface energy biological interfaces can be obtained using fluorinated coatings on surfaces. Deposition of biocompatible organic films on solid-state ...
Shrinking of Solid-state Nanopores by Direct Thermal Heating
(Asghar et al;SpringerOpen;, 2011-05-04)
Solid-state nanopores have emerged as useful single-molecule sensors for DNA and proteins. A novel and simple technique for solid-state nanopore fabrication is reported here. The process involves direct thermal heating of ...