Mrinal K. Hota, Milan K. Bera, Banani Kundu, Subhas C. Kundu and Chinmay K. Maiti A Natural Silk Fibroin Protein-Based Transparent Bio-Memristor Advanced Functional Materials 22
A silk fibroin protein-based biomemristor demonstrates bipolar memristive switching, which can be explained using the concept of carrier trapping or detrapping in silk fibroin films due to a redox process. The rapid transition between oxidation and reduction states of silk in response to diverse applied electric fields significantly contributes to the memristive switching. This bioelectronics memory device opens up ample opportunities in neuromorphic computing, high-density logic, and memory applications.
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