Surface-stress sensors for rapid and ultrasensitive detection of active free drugs in human serum.

@article{Ndieyira2014SurfacestressSF,
  title={Surface-stress sensors for rapid and ultrasensitive detection of active free drugs in human serum.},
  author={Joseph Wafula Ndieyira and Natascha Kappeler and Stephen R. Logan and Matthew A. Cooper and Chris Abell and Rachel A. McKendry and Gabriel Aeppli},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={
          225-32
        }
}
There is a growing appreciation that mechanical signals can be as important as chemical and electrical signals in biology. To include such signals in a systems biology description for understanding pathobiology and developing therapies, quantitative experiments on how solution-phase and surface chemistry together produce biologically relevant mechanical signals are needed. Because of the appearance of drug-resistant hospital 'superbugs', there is currently great interest in the destruction of… CONTINUE READING
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