Nanoparticle Electrical Analysis and Detection with a Solid-state Nanopore in a Microfluidic Device

Abstract : Our society is increasingly exposed to harmful nano and nanobio particles as new viruses, harmful proteins (like prions) and metallic nanoparticles that need to be better detected and identified. Solid-state nanopores are rapidly growing candidates for fast and label-free electrical detection and analysis of nanoparticles. Being able to analyze each nanoparticle one at a time, the nanopore technology yields astonishing sensitivity results, a determining asset for early virus or pollutant detection. This proceeding describes our approach to develop an integrated sensor at the nanometer level.
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Jean Roman, Olivier Français, Nathalie Jarroux, Gilles Patriarche, Juan Pelta, et al.. Nanoparticle Electrical Analysis and Detection with a Solid-state Nanopore in a Microfluidic Device. Procedia Engineering, Elsevier, 2016, Proceedings of the 30th anniversary Eurosensors Conference – Eurosensors 2016, 4-7. Sepember 2016, Budapest, Hungary, 168, pp.1475-1478. ⟨10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.425⟩. ⟨hal-02006469⟩

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