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Unformatted text preview: Spring 2005 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Bioengineering BioE 121 Introduction to Micro and Nanobiotechnology: BioMEMS Midterm Exam Name: Student ID#: Please turn in this front page with your signature: Your Signature _______________________________________________________________ Problem 1 (20 points) _____________________ Problem 2 (20 points) ______________________ Problem 3 (20 points) ______________________ Problem 4 (20 points) ______________________ Problem 5 (20 points) _____________________ Extra Point (20 points) ______________________ TOTAL (120 points) ______________________ Problem #1. (20 points) Design and Fabrication of Different DNA Sensors (a) ( 5 points) Explain five different DNA sensors: explain mechanisms and describe advantages and disadvantages of each DNA sensor (b) (5 points) Show the fabrication step of a magnetic (MR) DNA sensor (c) (5 points) Show the design and fabrication steps of electrochemical DNA sensor with amplification strategies by using nanoparticles....
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course BIOE 100 taught by Professor Budinger during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.
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