B2.1 - Micro-and Nanosensors for Biological Applications

Gerald A. Urban
Recent progress in Microsystems technologies for creating small, integrated and reliable microelectronic devices in combination with biological sensing elements has raised the expectation to get a comprehensive insight into dynamic cellular metabolic events and subsequently a complete understanding of the metabolism of human biology. Such micro- and nanobiosensor in combination with appropriate micro fluidics enable the simultaneous description and moreover monitoring of gene, protein expression and metabolic states in a biosystem. This knowledge will undoubtedly...
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