Nanotechnology in clinical laboratory diagnostics

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Featured review of clinical laboratory diagnostics with an implication of Nanotechnology

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NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CLINICAL LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS : 

NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CLINICAL LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS Kewal K. Jain , Jain PharmaBiotech, Blaesiring 7, CH-4057 Basel, Switzerland Received 26 January 2005;  revised 7 March 2005;  accepted 8 March 2005.  Available online 10 May 2005. VEERAPANDIAN MURUGAN

Overview : 

Overview Introduction Method Results and Discussion conclusion

Introduction : 

Introduction Nano molecular diagnostics Nano chips/bio chips Nano arrays/protein nano arrays Drug discovery Gene therapy and RNA interference

Method : 

Method Nano particle protein chip Nano particles for molecular diagnostics Nano arrays for molecular diagnostics Nanotechnologies on biochips

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Lab-on-a-chip systems are miniaturized biosensors that,coupled with portable instruments, promise to offer inexpensive, point of care medical diagnosis. The technology is being tested for use in the monitoring of HIV immune function.

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Study of chromosomes by AFM Application of nanopore technology for molecular diagnostics DNA protein and nano particle conjugates

Biobarcode assay for proteins

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Nanoparticle based colorimetric DNA detection method Nanobiosensors Nanowirebiosensors and etc

Instrument for DNA Detection : 

Instrument for DNA Detection

Results and discussion : 

Results and discussion Use of nano crystals in immunohisto chemistry Glucose monitoring invivo by nanosensors Detection single nucletide polymorphisms Detection of disease biomarkers

NANOPLEX™ biomarkers are robust, patented optical detection labels that bring entirely new, much-needed capabilities to clinical diagnostic and life science measurements. : 

NANOPLEX™ biomarkers are robust, patented optical detection labels that bring entirely new, much-needed capabilities to clinical diagnostic and life science measurements.

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Detection of disease genes Cancer diagnosis Detection of microorganisms

A biosensor prototype capable of species-specific detection of microorganisms : 

A biosensor prototype capable of species-specific detection of microorganisms

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CONCLUSION

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Rationale of nanotechnology Future prospects of application of nanotechnology

Cantilever arrays QD : 

Cantilever arrays QD

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