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The matrix neutralized

Nature volume 461, pages 890891 (15 October 2009) | Download Citation

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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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  1. Ilia Fishbein and Robert J. Levy are in the Division of Cardiology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-4318, USA.  levyr@email.chop.edu

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