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BPN475: A CMOS Magnetic Sensor Chip for Biomedical Assay

Project ID BPN475
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Start Date Mon 2008-Aug-11 17:38:27
Last Updated Mon 2012-Feb-06 14:29:39
Abstract This project aims to develop a compact CMOS biosensor for robust detection of micron-sized paramagnetic beads which are used as labels for target analyte in biomedical applications.No external magnet, reference sensors or calibration is required. A 4.5-um bead is detected in 16 ms with probability of detection error < 0.1%. The ultimate goal of this project is to integrate the CMOS sensor chip with micro-fluidic system and demonstrate a lab-on-a-chip platform.
Status Completed
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area BioMEMS
Researcher(s) Karl Skucha
Advisor(s) Bernhard E. Boser
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