@Mammmood - Yeah, but that amplification can be a double edged sword. You have to guard against too much current going in according to the article otherwise it could damage the transistor and any other components to which it’s attached.
You probably need some kind of check system to guard the base of the transistor and ensure that the voltage is within acceptable parameters.
Perhaps a bunch of resistors in series could do it, I don’t know. It’s been awhile since I messed with this stuff, and when I did, all I had to do was to follow existing schematics rather than come up with my own designs.