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biochip

[′bī·ō‚chip]
(electronics)
An experimental type of integrated circuit whose basic components are organic molecules.
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After obtaining a master's degree from Cairo University, Ismail moved to New York where, sponsored by IBM, he began specializing in biochips at the University of Rochester.
The global biochips market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 18.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global biochips market for 2016-2020.
Lectins in biochips selectively recognise glycan moieties in glycoproteins or on the surface of cells, providing information about the glycoprofile.
The subject of the public contract is the supply, installation, operator training qualified personnel and providing warranty and post-warranty service low laser scanner for biochips.
The biochip developed by engineers at Brown University uses plasmonic interferometers and could be used to measure a range of biological and environmental substances.
Using this new capital; Protagen aims to leverage its leading position in protein biochips to create new products and services in the area of biomarkers, both independently and in conjunction with pharmaceutical partners.
Our urine-activated battery would be integrated into biochip systems for healthcare diagnostic applications,' Dr Lee added.
Biomarker detection and quantification can be performed by many available assays, some of which use protein microarray nanotechnology for the fabrication of biochips and the dispensation of nanoliter quantities of ligand solutions on the Biochip surface.
Protiveris proprietary biochips utilize arrays of microcantilevers to perform advanced biological and chemical research.
The development of the automated analyser machine and biochips will enable the diagnosis of many diseases from a singles ample of blood or urine.