A Nanoslot DNA Sensor for Quantitative Real-Time PCR

Description:

A Nanoslot DNA Sensor for Quantitative Real-Time PCR.  PCR amplification can now take place at the chip-scale.  However, detection of amplicons is time consuming.  This technology, however is based on the observation that a sensitive conductance change in the solution can be measured when small charged ions are converted into large DNA molecules.

 

Patent Information:
Category(s):
Microfluidic Devices
For Information, Contact:
Tim Joyce
Licensing Associate
University of Notre Dame
(574) 631-3029
tjoyce2@nd.edu
Inventors:
Hsueh-Chia Chang
Peter Mushenheim
Gilad Yossifon
Sagnik Basuray
Satyajyoti Senapati
Keywords:
Diagnostic
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