single molecule detection

single molecule detection

An observation or series of observations related to the dynamics of single molecules, which complement high-resolution information obtained by averaging molecular ensembles using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and from static molecules using X-ray crystallography
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Single molecule detection, thermal Toshio YANAGIDA and Yoshiharu fluctuation and life ISHII Communicated by Masatoshi TAKEICHI, M.
In spite of extensive actomyosin studies, the molecular mechanism of muscle contraction had remained controversial until single molecule detection techniques were available.
the pulsed output must also be suitable for use with time correlated single photon counting (tcspc) based fluorescence lifetime and single molecule detection methods.
Ultivue's technology enables single molecule detection and visualization of a multitude of biomolecules, including proteins and nucleic acids, key drivers of cellular functions and indicators of disease states.
Stratos Genomics has initiated a 'Sequencing By Expansion' method, which is a single molecule detection process that converts DNA into a larger surrogate molecule, called an Xpandomer.
He played a pioneering role in single molecule detection by laser-induced fluorescence.
Single molecule detection will facilitate the early detection of disease such as cancer, so as to facilitate earlier treatment.
The interest in such a topic stems not only from its importance as a characterization technique, but also because single molecule detection is a hot issue in biological as well as in material science [1,27].
More specifically, he argues that the huge enhancement in the phenomenon of Single Molecule Detection by SERS can only be explained by the strong quadrupole light-molecule interaction.
Single molecule detection in liquids and on surfaces under ambient conditions: introduction and historical overview.
Hamburg, Germany 7/24/06--Evotec Tools and Technologies, a unit of Evotec AG, has sold "the core" of its single molecule detection technology for cellular applications to Olympus.
Baltimore, have recently developed a method that can quickly detect low-abundance DNA/RNA based on a confocal single molecule detection technique.
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