Rna-Based, Amplification-Free, Organism Identification Using Nano-Enabled Electronic Detection


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DATE

2014-04-10T00:00

AUTHORS

KNOESEN, ANDRE , FELDSTEIN, Paul, A. , HIHATH, Joshua , SEKER, ERKIN , MARCO, Maria, L. , FALK, BRYCE, W.

ABSTRACT

A technique that uses nanotechnology to electrically detect and identify RNA sequences without the need for using enzymatic amplification methods or fluorescent labels. The technique may be scaled into large multiplexed arrays for high-throughput and rapid screening. The technique is further able to differentiate closely related variants of a given bacterial or viral species or strain. This technique addresses the need for a quick, efficient, and inexpensive bacterial and viral detection and identification system. More... »

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