Chemosensor, its method of manufacture, and a method for the selective detection of analytes

Michael Turner (Inventor), Jonathan Behrendt (Inventor), Marion Sofia Wrackmeyer (Inventor), Barbara Urasinska-Wojcik (Inventor), Debasmita Das (Inventor), Leszek Majewski (Inventor), Jesse Opoku (Inventor), Laurent Jeannin (Inventor)

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    Abstract

    This invention provides a sensor device for selectively detecting an analyte, comprising an organic field-effect transistor comprising an organic polymeric semiconductor layer connecting a source electrode and a drain electrode, and further comprising a gate electrode separated from said organic polymeric semiconductor layer by a dielectric layer, wherein said organic field-effect transistor further comprises an oligopeptide recognition sequence having from 4 to 12 amino-acids which is selective with respect to, or has selective affinity for, the analyte. This invention further provides a method to produce said sensor device, and a method for detecting an analyte by operating said sensor device.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 20 Jan 2016

    Keywords

    • Organic field-effect transistor (OFET)
    • Sensor

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