Additional Relevant Publications
Real-Time Label-Free Direct Electronic Monitoring of Topoisomerase Enzyme Binding Kinetics on Graphene
American Chemical Society Nano, 2015.
Using an enzyme linked to monolayer graphene strips, the authors present a method for studying real-time detection of binding kinetics and enzyme-substrate activity down to picomolar concentrations.
American Chemical Society Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2014.
Graphene transistor functionalized with acetylcholinesterase to detect the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in real time.
Scalable Production of Highly Sensitive Nanosensors Based on Graphene Functionalized with a Designed G Protein-Coupled Receptor
American Chemical Society Nano Letters, 2014.
A graphene-based sensor for opioids using a transistor functionalized with an opioid receptor, and example of how these transistors can be used to study any G protein-coupled receptor.
Carbon nanotube transistor covalently attached to a lysozyme enzyme for electronic monitoring of substrate binding over long periods of time.
American Chemical Society Nano, 2011.
Accelerating differentiation of bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells by using graphene as a preconcentration platform for osteogenic inducers. Additionally, natural properties of graphene help to suppress or activate different cell lineage pathways.
The Control of Neural Cell-to-Cell Interactions Through Non-contact Electrical Field Stimulation Using Graphene Electrodes
This paper demonstrates control of neural intercellular connections using non-cytotoxic graphene electrical contacts.
American Chemical Society Nano Letters, 2010.
Real time measurement of spontaneously beating embryonic chicken cardiomyocytes yields well-defined extracellular signals with high signal-to-noise ratio.
Nano Letters, 2009.
Over 500 citations of this paper investigating electrolyte-gated graphene field-effect transistors (GFETs) for electrical pH sensing.