Smart, MEMS-based biosensors are a promising new platform for the delivery of diagnostic services, but inclusion of on-chip CMOS electronics requires the definition a CMOS compatible techniques for the bio-activation of the sensor surface. In this work, a comparison between a sensor functionalization procedure by complete immersion of the sensor chip or by exposure to a single drop of the reagents (the latter approach being more compatible with the presence of on-chip CMOS components) is presented.

Advances in the definition of a drop-based functionalization protocol for CMOS-compatible MEMS biosensors

TEDESCHI, LORENA;DOMENICI, CLAUDIO;NANNINI, ANDREA;PIERI, FRANCESCO
2014-01-01

Abstract

Smart, MEMS-based biosensors are a promising new platform for the delivery of diagnostic services, but inclusion of on-chip CMOS electronics requires the definition a CMOS compatible techniques for the bio-activation of the sensor surface. In this work, a comparison between a sensor functionalization procedure by complete immersion of the sensor chip or by exposure to a single drop of the reagents (the latter approach being more compatible with the presence of on-chip CMOS components) is presented.
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