Simulation of Cantilever Biosensor for Rapid Detection of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
Author(s):
Bali Thorat, Dr. Mukti Jadhav
Keywords:
Biosensors, Cantilever, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Antigen, Antibody.
Abstract
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a very dangerous pathogen which causes tuberculosis. Every-year this hazardous syndrome affects to millions of peoples. It is an airborne disease because bacteria of tuberculosis transfer from one person to another via air. There is various traditional methods are available to detect tuberculosis, but every method has some limitations and not get fast and exact result. Thus there is a spacious necessity to develop extremely sensitive tools which gives perfect and prompt throughput. In the present circumstances biosensors plays an important role to detect various diseases at a premature phase. The purpose of the research article is to acquire knowledge and simulate the structure of cantilever biosensor for expeditious sensing the bacteria of tuberculosis. The structure of cantilever biosensor is a layered with the surface made of various materials. The cantilever top plane is varnish with antibodies. The antibodies coated on the surface of cantilever get binds with the antigens when the sample is placed on it. After binding of antigen-antibody it gives the result as displacement of the beam.
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Unique Paper ID: 154583

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 594 - 598
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