DOI: 10.1109/iccas.2015.7364833
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Abstract: A biosensor with an alternating current-driven control is realized for label-free detection of biomolecule. This sensor precisely measures the capacitive changes in the electrode-electrolyte interface after hybridization with complementary DNA targets. Conventional capacitive biosensors generally use the excitation method with double current-sources. However these sensors have limitations due to performance-based issues of the DC potential drift and offsets, as well as weakness against common-mode noises. In …

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