Cell Biosciences Announces First UK System Sale
...em cell processes."
The Cell Biosciences platform is an ultrasensitive nanofluidic
immunoassay system designed to analyze extremely small biological samples. ...y small biological samples. Our company's lead product is a capillary-based nanofluidic
immunoassay platform that provides quantitative and reproducible data on ke...
New Microchip for Protein Sorting
...ame MIT group last year. The key to this new advance, called an anisotropic nanofluidic
sieving structure, is that the researchers have designed the anisotropic si... to efficient continuous-flow separation. The current sieve has an array of nanofluidic
filters of about 55 nanometers, or billionths of a meter, wide.
nanofluidic in Biological News
NIST-Cornell team builds world's first nanofluidic device with complex 3-D surfaces
GAITHERSBURG, Md.Researchers at the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Cornell University have capitalized on a process for manufacturing integrated circuits at the nanometer (billionth of a meter) level and used it to develop a method for engineering t...
Open microfluidic and nanofluidic systems
The labs of the future will be "labs-on-a-chip", i.e., integrated chemical and biochemical laboratories shrunk down to the size of a computer chip. An essential prerequisite for such labs are appropriate microcompartments for the confinement of very small amounts of liquids and chemical reagents. D...
Simulations help explain fast water transport in nanotubes
...ty of Illinois have moved a step closer to ultra-efficient, next-generation nanofluidic
devices for drug delivery, water purification and nano-manufacturing.
"Ex...t could be used to pump water through nanotube membranes in next-generation nanofluidic
NHGRI seeks DNA sequencing technologies fit for routine laboratory and medical use
... on a single instrument.
Stephen Y. Chou, Ph.D., Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
$920,000 (3 years)
Nanogap Detector (Arrays) Inside nanofluidic
Channels for Fast Real-Time DNA Sequencing
A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter, much too small to be seen with a conventional lab microscope. T...
'Nanoglassblowing' seen as boon to study of individual molecules
... week in the journal Nanotechnology .*
Traditionally, glass micro- and nanofluidic
devices are fabricated by etching tiny channels into a glass wafer with the...the past, for example, it was difficult to get single strands of DNA into a nanofluidic
device for study because DNA in solution balls up and tends to bounce off t...
ESF conference probes water's mysterious interactions at molecular level
...rocesses involved were presented at the conference. The understanding of such events could find application in development of medication and design of nanofluidic
devices, said Bellissent-Funel.
Such events can only be properly understood by analysing not just the static structure at a point in time, but the ...
New process makes nanofibers in complex shapes and unlimited lengths
... arrays of nanofibers and continuously wound spools of nanowires. Potential applications include electronic interconnects, biocompatible scaffolds and nanofluidic
The process is like drawing with a fountain pen the ink comes out and quickly dries or solidifies, said Min-Feng Yu, a professor of mech...
Studying component parts of living cells with carbon nanotube cellular probes
...s. This creates the possibility of extremely sensitive study and identification of components of cells. In addition, the nanotubes can be applied to a nanofluidic
device where they can serve as an interconnection between a fluid reservoir and the cell, to both deliver and extract fluids. The effects of the fluid...
... nucleic acid to remain in the final construct", said Woolley, adding that the nanostructures fabricated by DNA shadow nanolithography may find use as nanofluidic
channels and chemical sensors....
Stable polymer nanotubes may have a biotech future
... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,* the NIST nanotubes may have biotechnology applications as channels for tiny volumes of chemicals in nanofluidic
reactor devices, for example, or as the "world's smallest hypodermic needles" for injecting molecules one at a time.
Carbon nanotubes are of keen in...
nanofluidic in Biological Technology
Cell Biosciences Launches Next-Generation Protein Characterization System
...Colorado (booth 2039).
The CB1000 system measures phosphorylation events and other protein post-translational modifications using capillary-based nanofluidic
immunoassays, and builds upon the fundamental technology of its predecessor, the Firefly(TM) 3000 system. The advanced design of the CB1000 system pro...
Cell Biosciences Announces Publication in Nature Medicine
...control mechanisms within cancer cells. This novel nanofluidic
technology is incredibly exciting because it enabl...in limited patient samples.
Due to its unique nanofluidic
design, the Cell Biosciences system uses exception...ences protein analysis system is an ultrasensitive nanofluidic
immunoassay system designed to analyze extremely s...
Cell Biosciences Closes $10 Million Series C Financing
...ur plan to bring this revolutionary proteomics technology to the broad life sciences market."
The Cell Biosciences platform is an ultrasensitive nanofluidic
immunoassay system designed to analyze proteins in extremely small biological samples. Researchers use our products to discover subtle details about ...
BioNanomatrix's Revolutionary Whole Genome Analysis Platform Named to MIT Technology Review's Annual 10 Emerging Technologies List
...hole genome imaging and analysis platforms for biomedical research, molecular diagnostics and personalized medicine, today announced that its low-cost nanofluidic
genome analysis technology, along with founder and chief scientific officer Han Cao, Ph.D., has been included in Technology Review magazine's 2009...
Cell Biosciences Introduces Kits for Oncoprotein Analysis
have targeted signaling via MEK and ERK with a number of kinase inhibitor
The Firefly 3000 system is an ultrasensitive nanofluidic
system designed to analyze extremely small biological samples. Traditional
protein analysis techniques can require as many as 100,000 cell...
Cell Biosciences Strengthens Management Team
...on and characterization of specific proteins in extremely small
biological samples. Our company's lead product, the Firefly 3000, is a
immunoassay platform designed for
ultrasensitive detection and characterization of proteins. Cell Biosciences
is located in Palo Alto, CA. http://www...
UTSA/UT lead national nanoscience consortium
...ns, a novel device capable of resolving nanoscale features, said Shvets. We hope that by the end of the project we can integrate the superlens with a nanofluidic
delivery system and image various biological objects in their natural water environment.
In addition to introducing high school students to the wor...
BioNanomatrix Announces Issuance of Key Nanofluidics Patent Enabling Single Molecule Whole Genome Analysis
... -Covers Integration of nanofluidic
Channels into Sample Analysis Systems-
PHILADELP...nt covers a novel technique for
the integration of nanofluidic
channels with sample delivery systems,
enabling si... new
patent covers our unique ability to integrate nanofluidic
channels into our
sample delivery systems, enablin...