Investigation of Protein Detection Parameters Using Nanofunctionalized Organic Field-Effect Transistors

We present a thorough study of the various parameters affecting biosensing using an organic field-effect transistors decorated with gold nanoparticle binding sites

Mallory L. Hammock

2013

Scholarcy highlights

  • More extensive characterization of AuNP spacing and DNA loading, device functionalization and operation, as well as a discussion of methodology to obtain binding parameters and calculate protein net charge
  • We present a thorough study of the various parameters affecting biosensing using an organic field-effect transistors decorated with gold nanoparticle binding sites
  • We describe a feasible approach for protein detection with OFETs and a thorough investigation of parameters governing biodetection events using OFETs
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