Article - 23 Aug 2006
The application of micro- and nanobiotechnology in medical diagnostics can be grouped into two areas, invitro (biosensors and integrated devices) and in-vivo (implantable devices, medical imaging)...
Article - 5 Oct 2018
Asylum Research has two AFM families, the Cypher TM and MFP-3DTM which can evaluate 3D textural and roughness characteristics quantitatively.
Article - 11 Dec 2012
Situated in the west coast of the United States, California has a population of 37,691,912 as of 2011.
Article - 8 Dec 2010
In this paper, the design of a generic in-vivo implantable biomedical device capable of detecting threshold values for targeted concentrations (i.e. detection of glucose levels) has been presented.
Article - 8 Nov 2007
In this article, conductivity of intrinsic guanine rich sequences of λ-DNA was found to be length dependent. These results provide insights into the electrical behavior of guanine rich sequences...
Article - 12 Sep 2019
In this case study, the high-speed AFM was used in combination with STED super-resolution optical microscopy to visualize DNA nanostructures.
Article - 16 Feb 2017
Researchers at MIT, have developed a label-free spatiotemporal optical protein detection parameter that is both sensitive and selective for crude analysis purposes.
Article - 17 Nov 2010
Pores or vias with single-digit nanometer size are necessary for the realization of many applications. The applications often require the pores to have a high aspect ratio of 10 : 1 or more.
Article - 30 Aug 2009
Nanotechnology is generally considered as one of the most significant sources of novel technology, and its advancement will have an impact on a wide range of end-users and industries.
Article - 16 Nov 2007
In this paper carbon nanotubes were investigated in the form of powder, grown on a Si substrate and as CNT sheets or mats, or bucky paper.