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ESSCIRC 2012
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Solid-state and biological systems interface

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Abstract

Solid-state electronic devices can be engineered to detect and manipulate biological molecules and cells by using electric or magnetic interactions. The integrated circuits, which can contain a large number of such devices, may then potentially be developed into low-cost chip-scale platforms to perform bioanalytical tasks in a multiplexed manner for applications in biology, biotechnology, and personalized medicine. This paper reviews some recent developments in this solid-state electronic and biological systems interface. © 2012 IEEE.

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14 Dec 2012

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ESSCIRC 2012

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