The invention furthermore relates to a method of fabricating such a nanosensor and a method of detecting nanodeformations using said nanosensor.
The nanosensor can be used in in vivo biomedical applications.
This disclosure provides, among other things, a nanosensor for sensing an analyte.
The method comprises contacting the bio-nanosensor element with a test solution potentially containing DNA of interest.
Disclosed herein are bio-nanosensor devices and methods suitable for blood assays.
The inventive tunnel mechanical vibration nanotransducer relates to microsystems used for inspection technology.
Said nanotransducer comprises a sensing element in the form of a monocrystalline silicon probe coated with a layer of precious metal.
The inventive method for producing the tunnel nanotransducer is based on a semiconductor planar technology.
In one embodiment, the invention provides a nanosensor bound to a probe that is complementary to a DNA methylation sequence.
A nanosensor for detecting an analyte can include a substrate, a photoluminescent nanostructure, and a polymer interacting with the photoluminescent nanostructure.
Also disclosed is new hybridizing magnetic relaxation nanosensor (hMRS) particularly adapted to detect a target nucleic acid analyte of interest.
The present invention relates to an optical nanosensor intended for determining deformations of a nanometric order, comprising plasmonic nanoparticles included in a copolymer film.
Disclosed herein is a nanosensor of miRNA activity in a target cell, and methods of use, for detection and diagnostic applications.
The nanosensor comprises a delivery particle comprising an iron oxide crystal coated with a polymer; and a sensor oligonucleotide covalently attached to the polymer.
The graphene nano-sensor is capable of detecting single molecules in an atmosphere through a change in electrical conductance through the graphene flake.