Nano Labs (Lec8 Optical biosensor)

Nano Labs (Lec8 Optical biosensor) - Optical Sensors for...

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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L Optical Sensors for Biological Applications Nano Labs, MAE C187L/C287L
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Bioassay System Bioassays require to provide extensive molecular profiles of patients to guide the clinician in making viable diagnosis and prognosis. Unfortunately there is not one molecular marker that can provide sufficient information to assist the clinician in making effective prognoses or even diagnoses. The classical hospital diagnostic format is viewed as a valuable tools in many bioassays, but possesses numerous limitations due primarily to their cost and convenience. As such, if biosensors are to become valuable tools at distributable environment for diagnosis and prognosis of diseases, they will revolutionize the medical system.
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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L Real Biological Sensor
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Despite remarkable advances in medical research and treatments , infectious diseases remain among the leading causes of death worldwide for three reasons: (1) emergence of new infectious diseases; (2) re-emergence of old infectious diseases; and (3) persistence of intractable infectious diseases. Many logistical and scientific challenges stand in the way of better prevention, treatment, and control strategies for emerging diseases and those infectious diseases that primarily affect the developing world. One of the major challenges is the development of biomedical diagnostic system. Infectious Disease Diagnostic System
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Current technology for biodetection relies on an extensive laboratory infrastructure and the availability of trained personnel. There is a pressing need for quantitative biodetection tools in situations where laboratory resources are not readily available. A high level of system integration is necessary for replicating the functionality of a biodetection protocol in an inexpensive, palm-held device that is reliable, highly-sensitive, speedy, compact, and economically feasible to detect various bioagents.
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DNA Structure The length of A +T equals to that of G + C 10 base pairs 3.4 nm 2 nm
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DNA: The Gene Carrier Species Base Pairs in Million Fruit Fly 180 Snake 2,100 Human 3,100 Onion 18,000 Fern 160,000
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Protein Structure Protein Chain Amino Acids Peptide Bonding There are 20 different natural amino acids to form various protein chains.
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The Central Dogma Replication : The DNA replicates its information in a process that involves many enzymes. Transcription
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Nano Labs (Lec8 Optical biosensor) - Optical Sensors for...

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