Nanobiosensors based on optoelectronics and nanomechanical transducers for genomics and proteomics applications.

L. M. Lechuga, J. Tamayo, A. Calle and C. Domínguez

Revista Mexicana de Física, S52, 2006, 94-98

http://www.scielo.org.mx/scielo.php?pid=S0035-001X2006000800029&script=sci_arttext

Abstract: We show the design, fabrication and testing of micro/nanobiosensor devices based on highly sensitive optoelectronic and nanomechanical transducers. Most of the devices are fabricated by standard Silicon CMOS microelectronics technology according to a precise design for achieving a high sensitivity for biosensing applications. Three biosensors have been developed: (a) a Surface Plasmon Resonance biosensor, (b) an integrated, Mach–Zehnder micro/nano interferometer device based on optical waveguides, and (c) nanomechanical biosensors based on microcantilevers.

Nanobiosensors based on optoelectronics and nanomechanical transducers for genomics and proteomics applications.
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