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Methods for calibrating an array of chemically-sensitive sensors


Title: Methods for calibrating an array of chemically-sensitive sensors.
Abstract: Methods and apparatus relating to very large scale FET arrays for analyte measurements. ChemFET (e.g., ISFET) arrays may be fabricated using conventional CMOS processing techniques based on improved FET pixel and array designs that increase measurement sensitivity and accuracy, and at the same time facilitate significantly small pixel sizes and dense arrays. Improved array control techniques provide for rapid data acquisition from large and dense arrays. Such arrays may be employed to detect a presence and/or concentration changes of various analyte types in a wide variety of chemical and/or biological processes. In one example, chemFET arrays facilitate DNA sequencing techniques based on monitoring changes in hydrogen ion concentration (pH), changes in other analyte concentration, and/or binding events associated with chemical processes relating to DNA synthesis. ... Browse recent Life Technologies Corporation patents
USPTO Applicaton #: #20120286771
Inventors: Jonathan M. Rothberg, Wolfgang Hinz, Kim L. Johnson, James Bustillo



The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20120286771, Methods for calibrating an array of chemically-sensitive sensors.




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stats Patent Info
Application #
US 20120286771 A1
Publish Date
11/15/2012
Document #
13554895
File Date
07/20/2012
USPTO Class
324130
Other USPTO Classes
International Class
01R35/00
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