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Jieyi Zhu

Can I use biosensorlab to simulate graphene planar sensors to detect bacteria like E.Coli?

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    Muhammad A. Alam

    Of the three characteristic features associated with biosensors, the settling time (the fundamental limit) is independent of sensor technology, therefore, one can use BiosensorLab to address the problem even for graphene. The second issue of sensitivity can also be addressed, provided one knows the binding and debinding rate constants and pH sensitivity of the surface and changes the rate constants accordingly. Finally, the geometric selectivity problem is again independent of sensor technology — and can be simulated by BiosensorLab. For details, see my course on Biosensors posted at https://nanohub.org/courses/pen

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