Magnetic Particle-Based Hybrid Platforms for Bioanalytical Sensors
AbstractBiomagnetic nano and microparticles platforms have attracted considerable interest in the field of biological sensors due to their interesting physico-chemical properties, high specific surface area, good mechanical stability and opportunities for generating magneto-switchable devices. This review discusses recent advances in the development and characterization of active biomagnetic nanoassemblies, their interaction with biological molecules and their use in bioanalytical sensors. View Full-Text
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Stanciu, L.; Won, Y.-H.; Ganesana, M.; Andreescu, S. Magnetic Particle-Based Hybrid Platforms for Bioanalytical Sensors. Sensors 2009, 9, 2976-2999.
Stanciu L, Won Y-H, Ganesana M, Andreescu S. Magnetic Particle-Based Hybrid Platforms for Bioanalytical Sensors. Sensors. 2009; 9(4):2976-2999.Chicago/Turabian Style
Stanciu, Lia; Won, Yu-Ho; Ganesana, Mallikarjunarao; Andreescu, Silvana. 2009. "Magnetic Particle-Based Hybrid Platforms for Bioanalytical Sensors." Sensors 9, no. 4: 2976-2999.