A highly sensitive biosensor may aid in the production of high-value compounds in microbial cell factories.
A*STAR researchers have turned a bacterial protein into a biosensor that can be used to visualize interactions between proteins.
A cost effective means for counting white blood cells promises to improve diagnosis in low-resource areas
A biosensor capable of sensitively detecting influenza viruses has potential for improving clinical diagnosis of Influenza A
A newly developed integrated chip device enables the rapid analysis of blood samples from cardiac patients
Morpholino-based biosensors are more stable, more specific and more sensitive than conventional biosensors for DNA detection
Gold nanoparticles power a quick and colorful method to detect protein–DNA interactions with nucleotide-specific sensitivity
A simple device made from carbon nanotubes might help in detecting the presence of heroin in the human body
Rapid synthesis of nanoscale reporter tags offers a promising alternative to fluorescent labeling
A microfluidic device developed in Singapore provides fast and selective detection of low levels of vascular disease biomarkers