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Wifi Rehabilitation: Implantable Biosensors

Today’s era has become ultra-modern with mobile-centric day to day life and wireless technologies hovering to slide in our life. Implantable biosensors continue to grow in the nearby epoch for maintaining health fitness. Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 08/04/2013 at 23:23

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Invitro Cell Imaging : Microfabricated Biosensors

Cells are the basic fundamental units of life. Various biological parameters are available for studying the biological functions. With High accuracy and improved measurement, Microfabricated cell based biosensors.Biosensors have been constructed for the in vitro biochemical analysis of living cells. Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 02/02/2013 at 00:50

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Fluorescent Biosensors: For Dynamic Characterization of Protein Kinase

Regulations of all the biological processes are governed by Protein kinase enzymes. These enzymes constitute a major class of enzymes which represent similar structural folds but differ in substrate specificity and their sub cellular localization. Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 23/01/2013 at 00:26

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FMIS- A Looming Sensor Technology

FMIS-Frequency based Multiplexing Impedance Sensor is a recent application developed in the emerging field of Life science as a potential Cell based toxicological tool. It is extremely sensitive towards cell toxicity. Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 14/12/2012 at 05:20

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Crayfish: Incredible Natural Biosensors

Crayfish, a freshwater astacoidea, has a unique distinctive feature which enables to study water quality, hence acting as a bio-indicator for the state of pollution of water. Crayfish has an acoustic and vision based monitoring activity. Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 12/12/2012 at 07:17

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Microfluidics: An outcome for Pleuripotent Stem Cells

Microfluidics has recently been developed and had overcome many limitations by providing stem cell, an appropriate environment for growth with spatiotemporal cues which are user-controlled. These systems allow modulation of pleuripotent stem cell Read more…

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Posted by Elena Victim - 10/12/2012 at 06:25

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