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We studied dynamic processes in drying drops of model protein-salt solutions, using an uncoated quartz resonator as a biosensor. To measure these processes we developed a method based on recording the dynamics of the Acoustic-Mechanical Impedance (AMI) of a drop as it dried on the surface of a quartz resonator oscillating at a resonant frequency of 60 kHz.(More)
We study the possibility of comparison of the results obtained by the conventional covariance method, the L2P method, and the proposed technique based on the use of neuron-like models for calculating comparison measures. It is shown that the proposed neuron-like technique has advantages over the covariance method for a decreased signal-to-noise ratio using(More)
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