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Massive Assembly of Carbon Nanotube/Nanowire-based Nano-Platforms for Biological Detection and Signal Measurements: Biomolecules, Membrane Proteins, and Cells

Speaker: Dr. Seunghun Hong, Seoul National University
Date & Time: October 14, 2008 - 11:00am
Location: WL-Aud


Massive Assembly of Carbon Nanotube/Nanowire-based Nano-Platforms for Biological Detection and Signal Measurements: Biomolecules, Membrane Proteins, and Cells
Chemistry and Chemical Biology


Dr. Seunghun Hong, Seoul National University.
11:00 AM, WL-Aud

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and nanowires (NWs) have been drawing attention for highly-sensitive nano-biosensors and biological signal measurements. However, one of the major stumbling blocks holding back such applications is a lack of reliable mass-production methods for CNT/NW-based devices. This presentation will first briefly discuss how to mass-produce CNT/NW-based sensor transducers (named here as "nano-platform") for biological measurements [1,2]. Then, we will talk about several specific applications such as CNT-based biosensors integrated with CMOS chips, olfactory receptor-based odorant sensors, tissue engineering [3], and single-ion-channel monitoring of a live cell.

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