Molecular Biosensors

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Welcome to Molecular Biosensors.  A molecular biosensor is an analytical process and device for the detection of body function in a myriad of ways..

It molecular biosensor traditionally has 3 components: First – a sensitive biological element for detection. Next – a transducer or detector element that transforms the signal that can be more easily measured and quantified. Finally – associated electronics responsible for the display of the results in a user-friendly way.

A common example of a commercial molecular biosensor is the blood glucose biosensor, which uses the enzyme glucose oxidase to break blood glucose down.  We have gathered and continue to gather informative and entertaining videos from the Internet pertaining to molecular biosensors.

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NANOSENSORS PPP-NCHR-10 PointProbePlus TAPPING MODE silicon AFM tip (Box of 10)

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NANOSENSORS PPP-NCHR-10 PointProbePlus TAPPING MODE silicon AFM tip (Box of 10)
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The PointProbe Plus (PPP) combines features such as high application versatility and compatibility with most commercial SPMs with a further reduced and more reproducible tip radius as well as a more defined tip shape. The excellent tip radius and the minimized variation in tip shape provide more reproducible images and enhanced resolution. NANOSENSORS PPP-NCHR probes are designed for non-contact mode or tapping mode AFM (also known as: attractive or dynamic mode). This AFM probe combines high operation stability with outstanding sensitivity and fast scanning ability. This AFM probe offers unique features: – excellent tip radius of curvature; – highly doped to dissipate static charge; – Al coating on detector side of cantilever; – high mechanical Q-factor for high sensitivity; – This product features alignment grooves on the backside of the holder chip.

Nanosensors: Physical, Chemical, and Biological (Series in Sensors)

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Nanosensors: Physical, Chemical, and Biological (Series in Sensors)
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Bringing together widely scattered information, Nanosensors: Physical, Chemical, and Biological explores sensor development in the nanotechnology age. This easy-to-read book presents a critical appraisal of the new opportunities in the area of sensors provided by nanotechnologies and nanotechnology-enabled advancements.

After introducing nanosensor classification and fundamental terms, the book outlines the properties of important nanomaterials and nanotechnologies used in nanosensor fabrication. Subsequent chapters are organized according to nanosensor type: physical (mechanical and acoustical, thermal and radiation, optical, and magnetic); chemical (atomic and molecular energies); and biological. The final chapter summarizes the current state of the field and discusses future trends.
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