Field Effect Transistor Biosensors
High Sensitivity, High Selectivity Detection of Biomarker Proteins
Charge transfer between bio target molecule, receptor, and gate region of semiconductor transistor produces state-of-the-art performance and lifetime
Distance - Dependent Charge Transfer and Gate Capacitance
Site-Selective Current Sensitivity Only To Analyte in Solution
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