Artificial antenna - reduced Graphene Oxide based Field Effect Transistors

Carolina Kotlowski (Vortragende:r), Rosa Mastrogiacomo, Christoph Kleber, Paolo Pelosi, Wolfgang Knoll, Melanie Larisika, Christoph Nowak

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    Most insect species like the honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) primarily rely on olfactory cues to find suitable host plants or to regulate its sophisticated social life. Our research group designed an olfactory biosensor chip (Fig.1), which mimics an insect antenna by using honeybee Odorant Binding Protein 14 (OBP14) as sensing element for the detection of floral and pollen odorants. Herein, we demonstrate the potential of reduced graphene oxide (rGO) as the key platform for building biomolecular architectures1
    PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2013
    VeranstaltungSoft Control -
    Dauer: 22 Sept. 201324 Sept. 2013


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    Research Field

    • Biosensor Technologies


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