Abstract

There is a need for biological sensing and diagnostics tools with sensitivity compared to existing state-of-the-art technologies without complicated assays, sample preparation, and bulky equipment. Our platform technology, IRIS offers kinetic analysis of biomolecular binding and detection of proteins, nucleic acids, and individual biological nanoparticles in a simple assay format and with high sensitivity. We have shown that low-cost and disposable sensor chips and microfluidic cartridges compatible with this optical sensing technology can be manufactured using standard Si processing techniques.

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