Hotwiring biosensors

Nanowire sensors decorated with specific capture molecules can detect minute quantities of biological and chemical species.

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Figure 1: Reversible nanoscale biosensing.

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Klemic, J., Stern, E. & Reed, M. Hotwiring biosensors. Nat Biotechnol 19, 924–925 (2001).

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