Test strip instead of enzyme immunoassay
A new technology based on the use of magnetic nanoparticles instead of fluorescent markers will make the procedure of biochemical analysis of liquids many times more accurate – and at the same time as easy to use as a pregnancy test.25 January 2016
Unique Russian development will be sold in the USA
The Russian company Semiotic and GlycoTech Corporation (USA) have signed a 5–year agreement on the distribution in North America of a unique Russian development - a research carbohydrate microchip (glycochip) for the quantitative determination of glycan-binding proteins.27 May 2015
Biosensors based on quantum dots for clinical diagnostics
Professor V.A. Oleynikov – on the prospects of using biosensors using quantum dots in clinical diagnostics.02 October 2009
Does Russia not need biosensors?
In the field of biosensors, the Laboratory of Electrochemical Methods of Moscow State University occupies a leading position at the world level. These devices are significantly superior in their capabilities to foreign analogues, and they can be used almost everywhere: from medicine to industrial ecology. But cheap, simple and selective analyses that can be carried out using biosensors are still underestimated in Russia.15 April 2009
What are the molecules "singing" about?
Many domestic developments in the field of "nanobio" are often not only not inferior to foreign analogues, but also surpass them in some ways. These, for example, include technologies created by scientists from the Nanobiotechnology laboratory of the Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences. One of their developments is based on recording the sounds of molecules.15 May 2008