Designer cantilevers for even more accurate quantitative measurements of biological systems with multifrequency AFM.

@article{Contera2016DesignerCF,
  title={Designer cantilevers for even more accurate quantitative measurements of biological systems with multifrequency AFM.},
  author={Sonia Antoranz Contera},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={27 13},
  pages={
          132501
        }
}
Multifrequency excitation/monitoring of cantilevers has made it possible both to achieve fast, relatively simple, nanometre-resolution quantitative mapping of mechanical of biological systems in solution using atomic force microscopy (AFM), and single molecule resolution detection by nanomechanical biosensors. A recent paper by Penedo et al [2015 Nanotechnology 26 485706] has made a significant contribution by developing simple methods to improve the signal to noise ratio in liquid environments… CONTINUE READING

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