TFT arrays for biosensing applications

Pedro Estrela, A G Stewart, S D Keighley, F Yan, P Migliorato

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Abstract

Biotechnology is in great need of low-cost intelligent biochips for massive parallel detection of biomolecular interactions, using portable instrumentation. One way this may be achieved is to exploit mature semiconductor technologies for the development of biosensor arrays. New detection mechanisms have been developed using field effect devices such as MOS capacitors and TFTs. Examples will be given on the application of such devices for the detection of pH, enzymatic reactions, DNA hybridization and protein interactions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of IDW/AD
PublisherITE/SID
Pages253-256
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2005
Event12th International Display Workshops/Asia Display 2005 - Takamatsu, Japan
Duration: 1 Dec 2005 → …

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Name12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005
PublisherITE/SID

Conference

Conference12th International Display Workshops/Asia Display 2005
CountryJapan
CityTakamatsu
Period1/12/05 → …

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Biochips
MOS capacitors
Biotechnology
Biosensors
Semiconductor materials
DNA
Costs
Proteins

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Estrela, P., Stewart, A. G., Keighley, S. D., Yan, F., & Migliorato, P. (2005). TFT arrays for biosensing applications. In Proceedings of IDW/AD (pp. 253-256). (12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005). ITE/SID.

TFT arrays for biosensing applications. / Estrela, Pedro; Stewart, A G; Keighley, S D; Yan, F; Migliorato, P.

Proceedings of IDW/AD. ITE/SID, 2005. p. 253-256 (12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Estrela, P, Stewart, AG, Keighley, SD, Yan, F & Migliorato, P 2005, TFT arrays for biosensing applications. in Proceedings of IDW/AD. 12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005, ITE/SID, pp. 253-256, 12th International Display Workshops/Asia Display 2005, Takamatsu, Japan, 1/12/05.
Estrela P, Stewart AG, Keighley SD, Yan F, Migliorato P. TFT arrays for biosensing applications. In Proceedings of IDW/AD. ITE/SID. 2005. p. 253-256. (12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005).
Estrela, Pedro ; Stewart, A G ; Keighley, S D ; Yan, F ; Migliorato, P. / TFT arrays for biosensing applications. Proceedings of IDW/AD. ITE/SID, 2005. pp. 253-256 (12th International Display Workshops / Asia Display 2005).
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