Ultrasensitive quartz crystal microbalance sensors for detection of M13-Phages in liquids.

Abstract

Quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) sensors are widely used for determining liquid properties or probing interfacial processes. For some applications the sensitivity of the QCM sensors typically used (5-20 MHz) is limited compared with other biosensor methods. In this study ultrasensitive QCM sensors with resonant frequencies from 39 to 110 MHz for… (More)

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@article{Uttenthaler2001UltrasensitiveQC, title={Ultrasensitive quartz crystal microbalance sensors for detection of M13-Phages in liquids.}, author={E Uttenthaler and Michael Schraeml and J. Mandel and Stephan Drost}, journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics}, year={2001}, volume={16 9-12}, pages={735-43} }