The recent Lab on a Chip article from Vincent Remcho and colleagues at Oregon State University and UC Santa Barbara has been highlighted on several scientific news sites. The article describes the team’s work designing a protein repellent coating to enhance protein flux, a factor which strongly affects biosensor response time. The results demonstrate a new methodology for characterizing nanoelectronic biosensor performance, and demonstrate a mass transport optimization strategy that is applicable to a wide range of microfluidic based biosensors.
Congratulations to the authors!
Increasing the detection speed of an all-electronic real-time biosensor
Matthew R. Leyden , Robert J. Messinger , Canan Schuman , Tal Sharf , Vincent T. Remcho , Todd M. Squires and Ethan D. Minot