Effects of fabrication errors on the sensitivity of nano-replicated guided mode resonance protein sensors

Eikhyun Cho, Taekyung Kim, Ryung Shin, Myungyon Kim, Younggeol Cho, Youra Heo, Hokwan Kim, Jiseok Lim, Miroo Kim, Hyungil Jung, Seok Min Kim, Shinill Kang

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Abstract

Although an injection molding is a promising method for inexpensive mass production of nanograting substrate for disposable guided mode resonance (GMR) protein sensor, the incomplete filling of nanocavities due to the thick solidified layer in conventional injection molding process may lower the sensitivity of label-free GMR protein sensor. In this study, an instant heating method at the filling stage during the injection molding process was investigated to improve the pattern transcribability of molded nanograting and the sensitivity of fabricated GMR protein sensor. Two types of injection molded nanograting with and without instant heating method were prepared and the effects of pattern fidelity on the performance of fabricated GMR protein sensor were analyzed by theoretical and experimental methods.

Original languageEnglish
Article number10MC03
JournalJapanese journal of applied physics
Volume52
Issue number10 PART2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Nov 11

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Cho, Eikhyun ; Kim, Taekyung ; Shin, Ryung ; Kim, Myungyon ; Cho, Younggeol ; Heo, Youra ; Kim, Hokwan ; Lim, Jiseok ; Kim, Miroo ; Jung, Hyungil ; Kim, Seok Min ; Kang, Shinill. / Effects of fabrication errors on the sensitivity of nano-replicated guided mode resonance protein sensors. In: Japanese journal of applied physics. 2013 ; Vol. 52, No. 10 PART2.
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