Low-noise, low-power transimpedance amplifier for integrated electrochemical biosensor applications
Biosensor devices have found an increasingly broad range of applications including clinical, biological, and even pharmaceutical research and testing. These devices are useful for detecting chemical compounds in solutions and tissues. Current visual or optical methods include fluorescence and bio/chemiluminescence based detection. These methods involve adding luminescent dyes or fluorescent tags to cells or tissue samples to track movement in response to a stimulus. These methods often harm living tissue and interfere with natural cell movement and function. Electrochemical biosensing methods ...
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