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Ultrasensitive Monitoring of Museum Airborne Pollutants ...

Jun 18, 2020· The preservation of cultural heritage materials requires extremely low concentration limits for indoor pollutants. This poses an unmet challenge for monitoring the artwork in museums and on exhibit, especially to do so in a cost-effective manner for a large number of locations. A novel type of colorimetric sensor array based on printed inks of 10 nm silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) with several ...

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Are gold nanoparticles the next generation of implantable ...

Apr 07, 2021· A gold nanoparticle implantable sensor could be used throughout various fields – in cancer treatment, or in virus observation. This could now be used to observe concentrations of different biomarkers or drugs in the body at the same time. Such sensors could find application in drug development, medical research, or personalised medicine.

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A self-assembling RNA aptamer-based nanoparticle sensor ...

Mar 04, 2016· A schematic of the design principle for the nanoparticle sensor is shown in Scheme 1a. The RNA aptamer of Neomycin B was split between ribonucleotide A14 (rA14) and rG15 at the end pentaloop region into two shorter half fragments, because shorter RNA chains exhibit fewer interactions with nucleases, which can increase their stability in biological environments [].

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Photocaged Nanoparticle Sensor for Sensitive MicroRNA ...

The sensor features a DNA-templated gold nanoparticle-quantum dot satellite nanostructure which is temporarily inactivated by a photocaged DNA mask. Upon UV light irradiation, the sensor restores its activity for catalytic sensing of microRNA in living cells via entropy-driven two-step toehold-mediated strand displacement reactions.

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Nanoparticle Based Detection - Sandia

nanoparticle films on a variety of substrates (Figure 10). Use of such a sample preparation system is vital for developing mass-produced sensors from nanoparticle films and gathering statistics on device performance. Data collected for several nanoparticle film depositions demonstrates Sandia's ability to vary the conduction of

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Nanoparticle PEBBLE Sensors in Live Cells and In Vivo ...

Nanoparticle sensors have been developed for real-time imaging and dynamic monitoring, both in live cells and in vivo, of molecular and ionic components, constructs, forces, and dynamics observed during biological, chemical, and physical processes. With their biocompatible small size and inert matrix, nanoparticle sensors have been successfully applied to noninvasive real-time measurements of ...

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Nanoparticle-based sensors for food contaminants ...

Apr 01, 2019· Recently, nanoparticle (NP)-based sensors have emerged as a potential alternative or complementary analytical tool to conventional detection methods, which are time consuming and laborious. NPs such as gold, silver, and magnetic nanoparticles have attracted much attention to amplify the detection signal and provide higher sensitivity.

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Nanoparticle thermometry and pressure sensors

Mar 27, 2007· The nanoparticle sensor of claim 1, wherein the sensory material consists of two or more types of nanoparticles which have different luminescence properties and are capable of energy transfer from one nanoparticle type to the other type with the rate of energy transfer dependent on temperature or pressure. 3. The nanoparticle sensor of claim 2 ...

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Nanoparticle sensors | Interviews | Naked Scientists

Feb 04, 2014· One of the primary techniques in the field of nanoparticles is to harness the optical properties of gold. Matthew Millyard from the University of Cambridge uses gold nanoparticles in his work on sensors and he spoke to Kat Arney. Kat - So, tell me a bit about gold nanoparticles. They have quite a rich and to be honest, colourful history.

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Development of nanoparticle-based optical sensors for ...

Apr 16, 2009· The matrix assisted pulsed laser evaporation (MAPLE) technique has been used for the deposition of metal dioxide (TiO 2, SnO 2) nanoparticle thin films for gas sensor this purpose, colloidal metal dioxide nanoparticles were diluted in volatile solvents, the solution was frozen at the liquid nitrogen temperature and irradiated with a pulsed excimer laser.

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Gold Nanoparticles: Properties and Applications

Sensors - Gold nanoparticles are used in a variety of sensors. For example, a colorimetric sensor based on gold nanoparticles can identify if foods are suitable for consumption. 4 Other methods, such as surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy, exploit gold nanoparticles as substrates to enable the measurement of vibrational energies of chemical bonds.

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Can Controlled Nanoparticles be used in Biological Systems ...

Jun 24, 2021· “Our controlled particles can collect data from within an organism without the need for additional complex devices such as ultrasensitive spectral sensors,” Valentin Milichko Biocompatible nanoparticles with controllable properties that will benefit the development of non-invasive biosensors, signal systems and non-toxic dyes have been produced by scientists at ITMO University, St Petersburg.

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Nanoparticle - Wikipedia

While the colloidal probe technique is an effective method for measuring adhesion force, it remains difficult to attach a single nanoparticle smaller than 1 micron onto the AFM force sensor. Another technique is in situ TEM, which provides real-time, high resolution imaging of nanostructure response to …

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Nanoparticle Design Rules for Colorimetric Plasmonic Sensors

Localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) sensors are used in a broad range of detection applications across the chemical, biological, environmental, and medical disciplines. These types of sensors traditionally use the plasmon resonance wavelength of a nanoparticle array to detect changes in refractive index at the sensor surface and, therefore, require expensive spectroscopic ...

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Nanoparticle-based biomedical sensors - ScienceDirect

Jan 01, 2020· Recent nanoparticle films synthesized by thermophoretic-driven deposition of nanoparticle-aerosols [1,11,12] seem to be in agreement with this model (Fig. and E), providing a tool for the accurate design of nanoparticle-based films and devices. Emerging nanofabrication technologies for nanoparticle-based sensors

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Optical Fiber Sensors Based on Nanoparticle-Embedded Coatings

The use of nanoparticles (NPs) in scientific applications has attracted the attention of many researchers in the last few years. The use of NPs can help researchers to tune the physical characteristics of the sensing coating (thickness, roughness, specific area, refractive index, etc.) leading to enhanced sensors with response time or sensitivity better than traditional sensing coatings.

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Gold nanoparticles increase longevity of implantable sensors

Apr 07, 2021· The sensor is integrated in the tissue and is not rejected as a foreign body. “Our sensor is like an invisible tattoo, not much bigger than a penny and thinner than one millimeter,” said Soennichsen. In their study published in Nano Letters, the team implanted their gold nanoparticle sensors under the skin of hairless rats. Color changes in ...

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Inductive Magnetic Nanoparticle Sensor based on ...

A new inductive oil detection sensor is designed based on the characteristics of magnetic nanoparticles. The sensor improves detection sensitivity based on distinguishing between ferromagnetic and non-ferromagnetic wear debris. Magnetic nanoparticles increase the internal magnetic field strength of the solenoid coil and the stability of the ...

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Sensors | Special Issue : Nanoparticles-Based Sensors

May 31, 2021· Nanoparticle-based sensors are gaining advantages in low cost point-of-care analysis of real samples, which involves complex sample matrices and even the need for wireless communications. For that reason, this Special Issue is intended to provide the most recent research results and emerging concepts in the challenging world of nanoparticles ...

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