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October 17th, 2005

Making Sense of High-Density Nanowire Circuits

Abstract:
As researchers develop methods for creating nanowire-based molecular sensors capable of detecting hundreds of biomarkers simultaneously, they will also need new techniques for analyzing the complex signals that such sensors will generate when they are testing complex biological samples. A team of investigators at the California Institute of Technology has now developed one possible method for making sense out of such data-rich signals and has verified that this approach works on an array that includes 150 nanowires.

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