Nanobiodevice based single molecule and cell sensing for cancer diagnosis and in vivo imaging for stem cell therapy

@article{Baba2011NanobiodeviceBS,
  title={Nanobiodevice based single molecule and cell sensing for cancer diagnosis and in vivo imaging for stem cell therapy},
  author={Yoshiyuki Baba},
  journal={2011 16th International Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={870-873}
}
Nanobiodevices are developed to analyze biomolecules and cells for genome and proteome analysis. In this article, I will describe numerous advantages of nanobiodivces, especially in the biological, medical, and clinical applications I also describe the development of nanopillar device for the ultrafast separation of DNA and nanoball materials for the fast separation of wide range of DNA fragments. I developed new synthetic method of quantum dots (QDs) based on the appropriate cluster… CONTINUE READING

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