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Biosensor chip to help drug development

...x Planck Institute, has succeeded in finding a new biosensor chip, called a Neuro-Chip, which researchers claim is a breakthrough technology that will help scientific researchers to gain new insights into the biologic function of neurons, nerve tissue and organic neural networks. Infineon's Neuro-Chip is based...

Small Biosensor To Enable Cancer Detection

A small hand-held biosensor is being developed by scientists to enable the easy detection of cancer. Early diagnosis and effective monitoring are two factors which are called for// where cancer is concerned. The University of Newcastle’s researchers led by Professor Calum McNei...

Biosensor Chips to detect Urinary Tract Infections

...ffen School of Medicine at UCLA has produced a new biosensor diagnostics which helps in early detection of Urin...ble for developing bacterial resistance. The new biosensor diagnostic device as been found to detect accurately urinary tract infecting bacteria from urine sam...

New Sensor To Monitor Oxygen Deprivation In Babies During Birth

...uroscientist has developed a probe with an inbuilt biosensor than can reveal hypoxanthine levels in blood taken from the baby’s scalp, while still in utero. An enzyme capable of metabolizing hypoxanthine is incorporated into the sensor as well. Human clinical trials of the biochemical probe is expected to be...

New Biosensor Developed To Detect E. Coli Bacteria

Scientists have developed a biosensor to detect the E. Coli bacteria, an infectious agent that causes food borne illness. The biosensor is said to detect the bacteria rapidly and accurately.// The unique technology developed by the Un...

New Multi-functional Sensing Tool To Investigate Cystic Fibrosis

...e. For this study, however, they have tailored the biosensor to work at a larger scale – microelectrodes are about 25 micrometers in diameter as opposed to the sub-micrometer dimensions of the combined AFM-SECM approach. “There are a lot of emerging sensor technologies, but few have been adapted for routine...

Polymer Molecule Layered On Carb Molecule to Increase Sensitivity

...tional Laboratory, scientists have developed a new biosensor which is highly sensitive in detecting// blood sug...sion of the glucose. Now that the glucose enzyme biosensor has passed the test, Lin said, it should be possible to build a similar sensor using other enzymes t...

New Tool to Watch Real-Time Chemical Activity in Cells

...micals at once. What Zhang’s team developed is a biosensor and simple testing procedure that tells if a parti...the course of their work, the team built a protein biosensor that indicates if an enzyme located nearby is turned on or off. The sensor is made from a protein th...

Max Planck Researchers Incorporate Odorant Receptors into Artificial Membranes

...ose could be a real benefit at times: this kind of biosensor could sniff out poisons, explosives or drugs//, for instance. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research and the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry recently revealed a technique for integrating membrane proteins into artificial...

New Electro-chemical Biosensor to Check Food Contamination

... environment as well as antibiotics in food. The biosensor is faster, more portable and economic than the expensive laboratory methods, which are used to detect contaminants, while having a very similar sensitivity. The system has been tested successfully to detect pesticides in samples of drinking water and...

SKorean Scientists Develop Technology for Cheap Biosensor

...ick diagnosis of diseases such as diabetes. The biosensor technology was developed by a research team at the...g. "I believe a cell phone equipped with a cheap biosensor can be produced in the near future," he said. One of the most widespread uses of biosensors is by ...

NanoSensors Provides Update on Its Biosensor to Detect E.coli and Salmonella

...echnology development company that is developing a biosensor device to detect e.coli and salmonella announced t... it had received multiple prototypes of its e.coli biosensor for field testing from its contract manufacturer, due to its limited personnel and financial resourc...

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