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Search Patents by Arvind Balijepalli

Patents listed here reflect only technologies patented from FY 2018-present. To view all of NIST's patented technologies, visit the NIST pages on the Federal Laboratory Consortium website.

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Agile Nucleic Acid Sensor And Measuring A Biomarker

NIST Inventors
Kevin Kiesler , Alokik Kanwal , Anthony J. Kearsley , Erica Romsos , Dr. Peter M. Vallone , Jacob Majikes and Arvind Balijepalli
An agile nucleic acid sensor includes: a DNA switch; an analysis substrate in electrostatic communication with the DNA switch and that produces a biomarker electrical signal; a transduction member that receives the biomarker electrical signal and produces a transduction signal; a sensor counter

Closed-loop Controlled Chemical Apparatus

NIST Inventors
Arvind Balijepalli , Curt A. Richter and Son T. Le
A closed-loop controlled chemical apparatus includes: a compound sensor including: an analyte sensor and that: produces, by the analyte sensor, a voltage signal; a reference sensor in electrical communication with the analyte sensor; a transistor including a gate terminal such that a drain current

Charge Detector And Process For Sensing A Charged Analyte

NIST Inventors
Arvind Balijepalli and Curt A. Richter
A charge detector includes: a charge sensor that senses a charged analyte and produces a charge signal in response to contact with the charged analyte; a transducer in electrical communication with the charge sensor and that: receives the charge signal from the charge sensor, receives a feedback

DNA Nanotechnology-Based Biomarker Measurement Platform

NIST Inventors
Arvind Balijepalli and Jacob Majikes
We developed a new approach that utilizes the precise addressability of DNA nanotechnology constructs to allow quantitative biomolecule sensing with high sensitivity, specificity and reproducibility. Novel approaches to engineering DNA nanostructures allow the realization of tunable gain elements