This research paper presents a misaligned double gate junctionless Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor for label-free detection of biomolecules. The proposed biosensor combines the advantages of junctionless, double and misaligned gate MOSFETs, which results in improved sensitivity and selectivity for biological recognition. The results show that the proposed biosensor can effectively detect biomolecules and has the potential for use in various applications.
Biosensors have become an important tool in various fields, such as healthcare, environmental monitoring, and food safety, due to their ability to detect biomolecules. MOSFETs have been widely used as biosensors due to their less complex structure and easy to use. However, traditional MOSFETs have limitations in terms of sensing performance, and there is a need for improved designs that overcome these limitations.
The results of this study show that the proposed biosensor can effectively detect various biomolecules such as protein and DNA and has the potential for use in various applications such as healthcare, environmental monitoring, and food safety. The proposed biosensor design has the potential to revolutionize the field of biosensors. Its combination of improved sensitivity and selectivity makes it a valuable tool for various applications. The study also provides insight into the design and optimization of future MOSFET-based biosensors and opens up new avenues for research in this field.
In conclusion, this research paper presents a dielectric modulated novel misaligned double gate junctionless MOSFET-based biosensor promising improved sensing performance in various applications. The proposed design provides a valuable contribution to the field of biosensors and has the potential to revolutionize the way biomolecules are detected.