Dependence of impedance measurement sensitivity of cell growth on sensing area of circular interdigitated electrode
- Dependence of impedance measurement sensitivity of cell growth on sensing area of circular interdigitated electrode
- 박진수; 황교선; 조성보
- Equivalent Circuit; Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy; Cellular Biosensor; Label-Free Detection
- Issue Date
- Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology
- VOL 15, NO 10, 7886-7890
- A circular interdigitated electrode (IDE) array for label-free and real-time impedance monitoring of cell growth was fabricated and evaluated. Both the width and spacing of fingers were 50 m, and the exposed sensing area of the circular IDE was 1.3∼3.4 mm. The electrical characteristics of the fabricated circular IDE were modeled as an equivalent circuit, and the values of the circuit parameters extrapolated from the fitting to the measured spectra in different concentrations of NaCl or sensing areas of the circular IDE were analyzed. During cell growth, the resistance of cells extrapolated from the fitting was increased and the maximum rate of change in the real part of the impedance was observed at frequencies of 10 to 22 kHz. The normalized real part of the impedance measured at 10 kHz during cell growth was increased more with decreasing the electrode sensing area, albeit the number of cells to be investigated showed a corresponding increase.
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