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Short tandem repeat (STR) analysis provides genetic fingerprinting of individuals, and is considered as a powerful and indispensable technique for forensic human identification. However, the current state‐of‐the‐art STR genotyping processes and instruments are labor intensive, expensive,...
Forensic identification on chipsChoi and Seo et al., Biotechnol. J. 2009, 4, 1530–1541Short tandem repeat (STR) analysis can be used for genetic fingerprinting of individuals as it is done for forensic human identification. However, the current state‐of‐the‐art STR genotyping processes...
The development of oligonucleotide‐based microarrays (biochips) is a major thrust area in the rapidly growing biotechnology industry, which encompasses a diverse range of research areas including genomics, proteomics, computational biology, and pharmaceuticals, among other activities....
Cover illustration: Focus on Biochips. The cover image for this Special Issue edited by Hyun Gyu Park shows a simulation of a thin gold film perforated with periodic nanopores. This setup has unique optical properties suitable for detecting thin layers of biomolecules – in this case a suspended...
A low‐cost green and reproducible microbe (Lactobacillus sp.)‐mediated biosynthesis of Sb2O3 nanoparticles is reported. The synthesis was performed at around room temperature. X‐ray and transmission electron microscopy analyses were performed to ascertain the formation of Sb2O3...
Technologies based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) have allowed rapid, label‐free characterization of protein‐protein and protein‐small molecule interactions. SPR has become the gold standard in industrial and academic settings, in which the interaction between a pair of soluble binding...
Nobel Prizes 2009: Ribosomes – Telomeres and telomerasesEncyclopaedia of Life Sciences: SNP genotyping technologies – Molecular mimicrySpecial issues: Chinese microbial ecology – Advances in yeast proteomics – MALDI‐TOF “Flip‐flop” drug susceptibility testNews: Phytophthora...
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