Nanotechnologic biosensor ellipsometry and biomarker pattern analysis in the evaluation of atherosclerotic risk profile.

@article{Siegel2009NanotechnologicBE,
  title={Nanotechnologic biosensor ellipsometry and biomarker pattern analysis in the evaluation of atherosclerotic risk profile.},
  author={G{\"u}nter Siegel and Mario Rodriguez and Felix Sauer and C Abletshauser and Christian de Mey and Konstantin Sch{\"o}tz and Lovisa Ringstad and Martin Malmsten and Petra Schaefer},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  year={2009},
  volume={24 5},
  pages={1512-7}
}
A proteoheparan sulfate coated, hydrophobic silica surface serves as lipoprotein receptor at which the Ca(2+)-driven arteriosclerotic nanoplaque formation can be pursued by laser-based ellipsometry. Any lipoprotein from human blood can be very sensitively tested for its atherogenic properties. From the same blood sample, it is possible to determine the… CONTINUE READING