DNA Chips and Nucleic acid Sensors

DNA Chip is for the most part trusted that a large number of qualities and their items (i.e., RNA and proteins) in a given living being limit in a snared and masterminded way that makes the conundrum of life. Regardless, standard techniques in sub-nuclear science all around work on a "one quality in one examination" premise, which infers that the throughput is outstandingly limited and the "whole picture" of value limit is hard to get. By using surface-bound DNA structures with legitimate redox marks, we can screen target-actuated assistant trading of DNA or aptamer-specific little molecule tests by estimating electrochemical streams that are explicitly associated with the division between the redox name and the anode surface. We have also shown basic upgrades in recognizing execution through progress of the DNA self-social affair process at anode surfaces or the introduction of nanomaterial-based banner heightening. 
 
 

  • Organism and Whole Cell-Based Biosensors
  • Microarray
  • Natural & Synthetic Receptors (including molecularly imprinted polymers)
  • Antimeres and Their Biological Applications

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