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  1. The interaction of nanoparticles with biomolecules and microorganisms is an expanding field of research. Within this field, an area that has been largely unexplored is the interaction of metal nanoparticles wi...

    Authors: Jose Luis Elechiguerra, Justin L Burt, Jose R Morones, Alejandra Camacho-Bragado, Xiaoxia Gao, Humberto H Lara and Miguel Jose Yacaman

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005 3:6

    Content type: Research

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  2. Our experiments describe an alternative method of dsDNA recognition using zinc finger (ZF) molecules which bind DNA specifically and with high affinity. Our aim was to develop zinc finger probes which are able...

    Authors: Markus von Nickisch-Rosenegk, Eva Ehrentreich-Forster, Rothin Strehlow, Alexander Christmann and Frank F Bier

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005 3:5

    Content type: Research

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  3. To understand the contribution of community effect on the stability of beating frequency in cardiac myocyte cell groups, the stepwise network formation of cells as the reconstructive approach using the on-chip...

    Authors: Kensuke Kojima, Tomoyuki Kaneko and Kenji Yasuda

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005 3:4

    Content type: Short Communication

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  4. To harvest nutrition from the outside bacteria e.g. E. coli developed in the outer cell wall a number of sophisticated channels called porins. One of them, maltoporin, is a passive specific channel for the maltod...

    Authors: E Berkane, F Orlik, A Charbit, C Danelon, D Fournier, R Benz and M Winterhalter

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005 3:3

    Content type: Research

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  5. DNA self-assembly methods have played a major role in enabling methods for acquiring genetic information without having to resort to sequencing, a relatively slow and costly procedure. However, even self-assem...

    Authors: Yao Zheng, Tim Footz, Dammika P Manage and Christopher James Backhouse

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005 3:2

    Content type: Research

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  6. Manmade nanoparticles range from the well-established multi-ton production of carbon black and fumed silica for applications in plastic fillers and car tyres to microgram quantities of fluorescent quantum dots...

    Authors: Peter HM Hoet, Irene Brüske-Hohlfeld and Oleg V Salata

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:12

    Content type: Review

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  7. Several sawfly larvae of the Tenthredinidae (Hymenoptera) are called easy bleeders because their whole body integument, except the head capsule, disrupts very easily at a given spot, under a slight mechanical ...

    Authors: Jean-Luc Boevé, Véronique Ducarme, Tanguy Mertens, Philippe Bouillard and Sergio Angeli

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:10

    Content type: Research

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  8. We have developed a new method that enables agar microstructures to be used to cultivate cardiac myocyte cells in a manner that allows their connection patterns to be controlled. Non-contact three-dimensional ...

    Authors: Kensuke Kojima, Tomoyuki Kaneko and Kenji Yasuda

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:9

    Content type: Short Communication

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  9. The exploitation of nature's machinery at length scales below the dimensions of a cell is an exciting challenge for biologists, chemists and physicists, while advances in our understanding of these biological ...

    Authors: Sivanand S Pennadam, Keith Firman, Cameron Alexander and Dariusz C Górecki

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:8

    Content type: Review

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  10. Control over spatial distribution of individual neurons and the pattern of neural network provides an important tool for studying information processing pathways during neural network formation. Moreover, the ...

    Authors: Ikurou Suzuki, Yoshihiro Sugio, Hiroyuki Moriguchi, Yasuhiko Jimbo and Kenji Yasuda

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:7

    Content type: Research

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  11. Studying cell functions for cellomics studies often requires the use of purified individual cells from mixtures of various kinds of cells. We have developed a new non-destructive on-chip cell sorting system fo...

    Authors: Kazunori Takahashi, Akihiro Hattori, Ikurou Suzuki, Takanori Ichiki and Kenji Yasuda

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:5

    Content type: Research

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  12. Measurement of the correlation between sensor-protein expression, motility and environmental change is important for understanding the adaptation process of cells during their change of generation. We have dev...

    Authors: Ippei Inoue, Daisuke Shiomi, Ikuro Kawagishi and Kenji Yasuda

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:4

    Content type: Short Communication

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  13. Nanomaterials are at the leading edge of the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology. Their unique size-dependent properties make these materials superior and indispensable in many areas of human activity. ...

    Authors: OV Salata

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:3

    Content type: Review

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  14. Microfluidics enables biotechnological processes to proceed on a scale (microns) at which physical processes such as osmotic movement, electrophoretic-motility and surface interactions become enhanced. At the ...

    Authors: Richard Barry and Dimitri Ivanov

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:2

    Content type: Review

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  15. The present study set out to elucidate the structure and function of the large subcuticular air sacs encountered in the gaster of the Oriental hornet Vespa orientalis (Hymenoptera, Vespinae). Gastral segments I, ...

    Authors: Jacob S Ishay, Vitaly Pertsis, Arnon Neufeld and David J Bergman

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2004 2:1

    Content type: Research

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  16. Bacterial spores are robust and dormant life forms with formidable resistance properties, in part, attributable to the multiple layers of protein that encase the spore in a protective and flexible shield. The ...

    Authors: Ezio Ricca and Simon M Cutting

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2003 1:6

    Content type: Review

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  17. Analysis of specific gene expression in single living cells may become an important technique for cell biology. So far, no method has been available to detect mRNA in living cells without killing or destroying...

    Authors: Toshiya Osada, Hironori Uehara, Hyonchol Kim and Atsushi Ikai

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2003 1:2

    Content type: Research

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  18. We have developed an artificial protein scaffold, herewith called a protein vector, which allows linking of an in-vitro synthesised protein to the nucleic acid which encodes it through the process of self-asse...

    Authors: Graham Fletcher, Sean Mason, Jon Terrett and Mikhail Soloviev

    Citation: Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2003 1:1

    Content type: Research

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