Development of NEUROAchFET circuit for Patients Having Neurological Disorder

Order of Publishing in Issue: 
4
Volume :11
Issue :2
April, 2017 - June, 2017
Page No: 
129-135
Authors: 
Rashmi Deka* and Jiten Ch. Dutta
Address: 
Department of Electronics and Communication Engg. Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam, India
Email-ID: 
rashmee@tezu.ernet.in

Many people across the world suffer from Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other neurological disease. The patients having neurological disorder cannot transmit signals due to inability of detecting Acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter enzyme). An acetylcholine field effect transistor (AchFET) has been fabricated and used for detecting neuronal signals in this paper. AchFET is actually an enzyme modified field effect transistor (ENFET) which uses the concept of ion sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET).The circuit used here is simple and compatible to biological environment. The AchFET when used in the electronic circuit reproduces action potential same as obtained by experimental data published earlier. Although there are various models developed, but none of them takes into account the synaptic transmission. This model can be helpful for synaptic transmission for patients having problem in acetylcholine detection and the circuit has been named as the NEUROAchFET circuit.

Keywords: 
NEUROAchFET, Acetylcholine, ENFET, Synaptic transmission,
AttachmentSize
PDF1.24 MB

 
To download full text articles and issues in PDF at no cost.All you have to do is fill out a brief registration form. It's easy and it's free. At any time, you may request removal of your contact information from our database.
Click here to Register | Click here if you have already registered

2017 ABAP Awards

Invitation for Nominations to 2017 ABAP Awards
The Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy invites nominations for the following awards from the eligible talented people with proven track record and achievements on or before September 10, 2017 in the prescribed format.

DOWNLOAD CIRCULAR | APPLICATION FORM

AWARDS

User login

Counter

  • Site Counter: 0
  • Unique Visitor: 0
  • Registered Users: 0
  • Blocked Users: 0
  • Your IP: 54.81.6.121
  • Since:
  • Visitors:
    • Today:
    • This week:
    • This month:
    • This year: