Over the last decade, the development of new technologies for biomedical Microsystems has advanced so much that it now affects many application fields ranging from basic research to pharmacological analysis. Recently, the combination of living cells and electronics has been harnessed as tools for drugs screening and the detection of biological compounds. In particular, non-invasive silicon microsensors are suitable for analysis and bioelectrochemical monitoring of in-vitro biological components, such as cultured bacteria, cells and neurons. Innovative approaches adopting advanced field effect sensor array-based Microsystems represent an emerging technique with numerous biomedical applications.

Silicon-Based Bioelectronic Microsystems

Lorenzelli, Leandro;Margesin, Benno;Zen, Mario
2004

Abstract

Over the last decade, the development of new technologies for biomedical Microsystems has advanced so much that it now affects many application fields ranging from basic research to pharmacological analysis. Recently, the combination of living cells and electronics has been harnessed as tools for drugs screening and the detection of biological compounds. In particular, non-invasive silicon microsensors are suitable for analysis and bioelectrochemical monitoring of in-vitro biological components, such as cultured bacteria, cells and neurons. Innovative approaches adopting advanced field effect sensor array-based Microsystems represent an emerging technique with numerous biomedical applications.
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