Six™ Graphene Sensors:A Quantum Leap In Chemical & BioSensor Technology
Six Sensors is the premier brand of graphene chemical and biosensors by Graphene Frontiers, the company that pioneered graphene manufacturing for sensors, especially for the life sciences industry. Specify Six Sensors inside your company’s sensor product line and get the graphene advantage that is truly state-of-the-art. The Six platform is label-free, all-electronic, lower cost, and ready to become an integral part of your products, providing superior diagnostic speed, sensitivity, and accuracy. Test Six Sensors in your application and elevate your platform.
In a few years, most advanced chemical and biosensors will be made of graphene. But why wait? Graphene Frontiers has pioneered this cutting edge sensor nanotechnology and it’s available today for your commercial and industrial applications. Six™ sensors is the brand you can trust for superior quality graphene chemical sensors and biosensors.
Why are the most effective sensors made of graphene by Graphene Frontiers?
- Six™ graphene sensors are more sensitive. They produce lab quality results right there in the hospital room, doctor’s office or testing center.
- Six™ graphene biosensors work more quickly. They are much easier to use than those made with previous technologies. Results are available right there in the field, in seconds, not hours.
- Six™ graphene sensors are smaller and lighter, providing breakthrough, device design possibilities.
- Six™ graphene sensors are label-free and all electronic.
- Six™ graphene sensors are significantly less expensive.
Graphene field effect transistors (FET) are especially promising for diseases with multiple markers, such as cancers, and illnesses currently diagnosed using ELISA or chemELISA technology, such as Lyme.
How the Six™ Biosensor works:
- Each of Graphene Frontiers’ Six™ Sensors biosensors consists of a field effect transistor (FET) with a graphene channel.
- Antibodies are attached directly to the graphene channel.
- When an antigen binds, the current through the transistor changes,
- This signal can be analyzed to determine antigen concentration in the sample.
As the world’s first two-dimensional material, each binding event affects the current through the graphene channel significantly, making it extremely sensitive!
Graphene Frontiers’ Six Sensors chemical sensors are only 10 micrometers wide. Up to 25 analytes can be detected by a chip smaller than the size of a dime! Because the detection method is electronic, Graphene Frontiers can employ big-data analytics to guarantee the most accurate results.
Each of Graphene Frontiers’ Six™ chemical sensors consists of a field effect transistor (FET) with a graphene channel. Receptor molecules, such as DNA, are attached directly to the graphene channel.
Case Study: Lyme Disease
As published in Biosensors & Bioelectronics Dr. A.T. Charlie Johnson, Graphene Frontiers’ founder, found that direct detection of the Lyme antigen, B. borrelia, was possible using nano-field effect transistor technology. Direct detection allows for:
- Shorter time to result
- Fewer false positives
- Earlier treatment
Graphene field effect transistors are especially promising for diseases with multiple markers, such as cancers, and illnesses currently diagnosed using ELISA or chemELISA technology, such as Lyme.
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