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Two new classes of quantum dot (QD)–mediated biosensing methods have been developed to detect specific DNA sequences in a separation-free format. Both methods use 2 target-specific oligonucleotide probes to recognize a specific target. The first method is based on cross-linking of 2 QDs with...
The adherence and viability of neural cells (primary cortical cells) from rat embryo on silicon wafers with varying surface roughness (10 to 250 nm) at the nano scale were investigated. The roughnesses were achieved by using chemical etching. Atomic force microscopy was utilized to determine...
Cancer is the leading cause of death in the United States among people younger than 85 years, and for the first time has surpassed heart disease as the number one killer. This worrisome statistic has resulted not from an increase in the incidence of cancer, but because deaths from heart disease...
The effect of ultrasonic treatments (28, 45, and 100 kHz) as sterilization on Saccharomyces cerevisiae was investigated both by colony-forming ability and by a confocal laser-scanning microscope (CLSM), using a fluorescence staining approach with MDY-64 for endoplasmic reticula and Rhodamine B...
New paradigms are shrinking our world. Tiny is in and patents are essential for success in nanomedicine. In fact, patents are already shaping this nascent and rapidly evolving field. For the past decade a swarm of patent applications pertaining to nanomedicine has been arriving at the US Patent...
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