molecular device

molecular device

[mə¦lek·yə·lər di′vīs]
(chemistry)
An assemblage of a discrete number of molecular components (that is, a supramolecular structure) designed to achieve a specific function.
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Nabel's team found one of the antibodies from an HIV patient who did not become ill from the infection using a newly-invented molecular device.
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He also held product development positions at Molecular Devices and Affymetrix and senior commercial roles at Stratagene (Agilent Technologies) and LIFE Technologies (ThermoFisher).
Molecular Devices, a provider of high-performance bioanalytical measurement systems, software and consumables for life science research, and pharmaceutical and biotherapeutic development, has introduced a homogeneous, no-wash assay to measure ligand- and voltage-gated potassium channel activity, at SLAS 2015.
It also enables Rheonix to serve markets requiring small- volume reagent management, onboard reagents and simpler testing procedures while dramatically lowering the complexity of manufacturing molecular devices.
Molecular Devices has introduced its ClonePix 2 system, proven effective for rapidly assessing endogenous G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) target protein expression levels in mammalian cell lines and selecting high expressing clones.
and colleagues at the California biotech, Molecular Devices, to develop an in vitro system that employs stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes to screen for potential adverse cardiac effects.
The topics include yoctoliter-sized vessels as potential biological models, analyzing the surface area properties of microporous materials, luminescent dendrimers, surface-functionalized inorganic colloidal nanocrystals in functional nanocomposite materials for microfabrication, and photochemically driven molecular devices and machines.

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