Human olfactory receptor 17-40 as active part of a nanobiosensor: A microscopic investigation of its electrical properties

@inproceedings{Alfinito2011HumanOR,
  title={Human olfactory receptor 17-40 as active part of a nanobiosensor: A microscopic investigation of its electrical properties},
  author={Eleonora Alfinito and Jean-François Millithaler and Lino Reggiani and Nadia Zine and Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault},
  year={2011}
}
Increasing attention has been recently devoted to protein-based nanobiosensors. The main reason is the huge number of possible technological applications, going from drug detection to cancer early diagnosis. Their operating model is based on the protein activation and the corresponding conformational change, due to the capture of an external molecule, the so-called ligand. Recent measurements, performed with different techniques on human 17-40 olfactory receptor, evidenced a very narrow window… CONTINUE READING
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