nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 4.1: Introduction and Molecular Recognition 1. Lecture 4.1: Introduction and … 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 78.878878878878879
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  • Response time and sensitivity of sensors 3. Response time and sensitivity … 135.20186853520187
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  • The Spider Chart Of Sensors 4. The Spider Chart Of Sensors 213.24657991324659
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  • A Matrix definition of selectivity 5. A Matrix definition of selecti… 317.01701701701705
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  • Classical approach to selectivity 6. Classical approach to selectiv… 598.86553219886559
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  • Classical approach to selectivity 7. Classical approach to selectiv… 775.20854187520854
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  • Selectivity classified 8. Selectivity classified 853.98732065398735
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  • Outline 9. Outline 957.92459125792459
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  • DNA binding and Salt screening 10. DNA binding and Salt screening 959.09242575909241
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  • How does H2 stay together 11. How does H2 stay together 1015.6823490156824
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  • Manning theory of DNA bonding 12. Manning theory of DNA bonding 1070.7040373707041
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  • DNA binding energy: compact model 13. DNA binding energy: compact mo… 1153.7203870537205
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  • DNA binding energy: compact model 14. DNA binding energy: compact mo… 1231.4314314314315
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  • Parasitic binding to host site 15. Parasitic binding to host site 1307.3073073073074
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  • Engineering DNA for better binding 16. Engineering DNA for better bin… 1356.0226893560227
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  • Improved design of probes 17. Improved design of probes 1455.321988655322
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  • Differential heating for parasitic desorption 18. Differential heating for paras… 1535.7691024357691
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  • Conclusions 19. Conclusions 1590.156823490157
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L4.1: Selectivity - Introduction and Molecular Recognition

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