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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Among various technologies, FISH is most advanced and less opportunities for further development than single molecule detection, which is in infancy and has more future potential.
(NYSE: NVTA) has agreed to acquire California-based Singular Bio, Inc., a developer of single molecule detection technology, to increase access to genetic screening in early pregnancy, the company said.
He embarked on a pan-European collaboration with researchers at the University of Copenhagen, who specialize in single molecule detection, and long-time colleagues at the Italian university Politecnico di Milano, who had already developed a compact spectrometer that perfectly suited Hauer's research needs.
Despite the single molecule detection capability, the aforementioned techniques require many molecules to be present in a sample for adequate detection over background.
Single molecule detection, thermal Toshio YANAGIDA and Yoshiharu fluctuation and life ISHII Communicated by Masatoshi TAKEICHI, M.J.A.
Single molecule detection of mechanical events and direct determination of mechano-chemical coupling of myosin
As one of the most sensitive analytical techniques for identification of molecular species, SERS has demonstrated the capability for single molecule detection, including detection of a single biomolecule [7, 8].
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.
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.
Kuipers, "Probing the negative permittivity perfect lens using near-field optics and single molecule detection," Opt.
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