Small NMR biomolecular sensors
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CitationSun, Nan, Yong Liu, Ling Qin, Hakho Lee, Ralph Weissleder, and Donhee Ham. 2013. “Small NMR Biomolecular Sensors.” Solid-State Electronics 84 (June): 13–21. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sse.2013.02.005.
AbstractBy combining the physics of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and silicon radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuits, we recently created progressively smaller NMR systems, which we originally reported in Refs. [1-4 Our strategy for NMR system miniaturization proved effective, culminating in the smallest prototype 13,4] that weighs 0.1 kg and can be held at the palm of the hand. These small, low-cost NMR systems can be useful as biomolecular sensors in the personalized medicine setting, and we demonstrated their ability to detect proteins, compounds, and human cancer cells. The present paper, which is not a new technical contribution, reviews these developments.
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