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Analytical chemistry

The matrix neutralized

Many of the best methods available for monitoring biological binding events can't be used in a diverse range of clinical samples. An ultrasensitive assay based on magnetic signals overcomes this problem.

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Figure 1: Mechanism of a magneto-biosensor.

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Fishbein, I., Levy, R. The matrix neutralized. Nature 461, 890–891 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/461890a

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