Alexey Tarasov
Alexey Tarasov
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences
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Nernst limit in dual-gated Si-nanowire FET sensors
O Knopfmacher, A Tarasov, W Fu, M Wipf, B Niesen, M Calame, ...
Nano letters 10 (6), 2268-2274, 2010
Controlled doping of large-area trilayer MoS2 with molecular reductants and oxidants
A Tarasov, S Zhang, MY Tsai, PM Campbell, S Graham, S Barlow, ...
Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 27 (7), 1175-1181, 2015
Graphene transistors are insensitive to pH changes in solution
W Fu, C Nef, O Knopfmacher, A Tarasov, M Weiss, M Calame, ...
Nano letters 11 (9), 3597-3600, 2011
Flexible MoS2 Field-Effect Transistors for Gate-Tunable Piezoresistive Strain Sensors
MY Tsai, A Tarasov, ZR Hesabi, H Taghinejad, PM Campbell, CA Joiner, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (23), 12850-12855, 2015
Understanding the electrolyte background for biochemical sensing with ion-sensitive field-effect transistors
A Tarasov, M Wipf, RL Stoop, K Bedner, W Fu, VA Guzenko, ...
ACS nano 6 (10), 9291-9298, 2012
Highly uniform trilayer molybdenum disulfide for wafer‐scale device fabrication
A Tarasov, PM Campbell, MY Tsai, ZR Hesabi, J Feirer, S Graham, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (40), 6389-6400, 2014
Selective sodium sensing with gold-coated silicon nanowire field-effect transistors in a differential setup
M Wipf, RL Stoop, A Tarasov, K Bedner, W Fu, IA Wright, CJ Martin, ...
ACS nano 7 (7), 5978-5983, 2013
A potentiometric biosensor for rapid on-site disease diagnostics
A Tarasov, DW Gray, MY Tsai, N Shields, A Montrose, N Creedon, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 79, 669-678, 2016
High mobility graphene ion-sensitive field-effect transistors by noncovalent functionalization
W Fu, C Nef, A Tarasov, M Wipf, R Stoop, O Knopfmacher, M Weiss, ...
Nanoscale 5 (24), 12104-12110, 2013
Signal-to-noise ratio in dual-gated silicon nanoribbon field-effect sensors
A Tarasov, W Fu, O Knopfmacher, J Brunner, M Calame, ...
Applied physics letters 98 (1), 2011
Highly sensitive, selective and label-free protein detection in physiological solutions using carbon nanotube transistors with nanobody receptors
MS Filipiak, M Rother, NM Andoy, AC Knudsen, S Grimm, C Bachran, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 255, 1507-1516, 2018
True reference nanosensor realized with silicon nanowires
A Tarasov, M Wipf, K Bedner, J Kurz, W Fu, VA Guzenko, O Knopfmacher, ...
Langmuir 28 (25), 9899-9905, 2012
Enhanced resonant tunneling in symmetric 2D semiconductor vertical heterostructure transistors
PM Campbell, A Tarasov, CA Joiner, WJ Ready, EM Vogel
ACS nano 9 (5), 5000-5008, 2015
Field-effect transistors based on wafer-scale, highly uniform few-layer p-type WSe 2
PM Campbell, A Tarasov, CA Joiner, MY Tsai, G Pavlidis, S Graham, ...
Nanoscale 8 (4), 2268-2276, 2016
Investigation of the dominant 1/f noise source in silicon nanowire sensors
K Bedner, VA Guzenko, A Tarasov, M Wipf, RL Stoop, S Rigante, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 191, 270-275, 2014
Direct, label-free, and rapid transistor-based immunodetection in whole serum
Ó Gutiérrez-Sanz, NM Andoy, MS Filipiak, N Haustein, A Tarasov
ACS sensors 2 (9), 1278-1286, 2017
Graphene‐Based Electronic Immunosensor with Femtomolar Detection Limit in Whole Serum
NM Andoy, MS Filipiak, D Vetter, Ó Gutiérrez‐Sanz, A Tarasov
Advanced Materials Technologies 3 (12), 1800186, 2018
pH response of silicon nanowire sensors: Impact of nanowire width and gate oxide
K Bedner, VA Guzenko, A Tarasov, M Wipf, RL Stoop, D Just, S Rigante, ...
Sens. Mater 25 (8), 567-576, 2013
Analytical model to describe the effect of polyethylene glycol on ionic screening of analyte charges in transistor-based immunosensing
N Haustein, Ó Gutiérrez-Sanz, A Tarasov
ACS sensors 4 (4), 874-882, 2019
Gold-coated graphene field-effect transistors for quantitative analysis of protein–antibody interactions
A Tarasov, MY Tsai, EM Flynn, CA Joiner, RC Taylor, EM Vogel
2D Materials 2 (4), 044008, 2015
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