Integration of a surface-directed microfluidic system with an organic electrochemical transistor array for multi-analyte biosensors

  • Yang S
  • DeFranco J
  • Sylvester Y
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We report the integration of organic electrochemical transistors with a surface-directed microfluidic system. The end product is a chip in which an analyte solution is distributed in four separate measurement reservoirs, each containing a transistor that uses the analyte as an integral part of its device structure. The use of a surface-directed microfluidic system enables the distribution of the analyte solution without the application of external pressure. The use of this chip in the detection of multiple analytes is demonstrated.

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  • Sang Y. Yang

  • John A. DeFranco

  • Yuri A. Sylvester

  • Thomas J. Gobert

  • Daniel J. Macaya

  • Róisín M. Owens

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