Ransley, JHT and Watari, M and Sukumaran, D and McKendry, RA and Seshia, AA (2006) SU8 bio-chemical sensor microarrays. Microelectronic Engineering, 83. pp. 1621-1625. ISSN 0167-9317Full text not available from this repository.
Microfabricated cantilevers have recently attracted considerable attention as novel label-free chemical and biological biosensors which translate surface reactions into nanomechanical bending motion. However these studies have primarily focused on commercially available silicon cantilevers and relatively little work has been performed on cantilevers fabricated from other materials. Polymeric materials, offer significant advantages over silicon by virtue of the low Young's modulus, ease of microfabrication and reduced cost. In this paper, we report a non-vacuum fabrication process to produce arrays of SU8 cantilevers and demonstrate their application as chemical sensors using in situ reference cantilevers. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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