Nano-Biosensors Lab

Department of Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, Michigan State University

Rapid diagnostics & Smart Therapeutics for Global Health

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Bacillus species

E. coli O157:H7

Salmonella species

Helicobacter pylori

Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Bovine viral diarrhea virus

Avian influenza virus

 

 

Biosensor Designs

Our biosensor designs: nano-clusters and nuclear magnetic resonance sensing platforms using antibodies and DNA fragments as biological receptors.

Type of biosensors we are currently working on:

1. Antibody-based biosensor (immunosensor)

2. DNA-based biosensor (genosensor)

3. NMR-based biosensor

Benefits:

Rapid detection of pathogens minimizes deadly organisms from infecting the population, contaminating the food chain, and polluting the environment. Beneficiaries of the technologies are patients, consumers, food industries, farm industries, tourism, and the homeland. Direct benefits to Michigan and the United States include a healthier population, safer food supply, cleaner water system, and more energetic work force. Such benefits will translate to a better society, economy, and environment.

Nano-scale transducers

Gold nanoparticles (left); magnetic nanoparticles (right).

Electrically and magnetically active nanoparticles (left); Polyaniline nanowire (right).

Polyaniline nanowire bundle (left); Polyaniline-carbon nanotube composite (right).

Biologically-synthesized 20nm gold nanoparticles in solution (left); TEM image of nanoparticles (right).

Platforms and Architectures

 

 

Office: 213 Farrall Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1323; Phone: 517-355-0083

Lab: 115 Farrall Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824-1323; Phone: 517-432-8672 and 517-432-8673

Fax: 517-432-2892; Email: alocilja@msu.edu


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