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Emergence of tunable resistive pulse sensing as a biosensor

E. Blundell, L. Mayne, E. R. Billinge, M. Platt
Anal. Methods, (2015) advanced article

Nanobiotechnology For Medical Diagnostics

Kourentzi, K; Willson, RC.
Revista Mexicana de Ingenieria Quimica, 2014 - 13 (1)

Polymer−Liposome Complexes with a Functional Hydrogen-Bond Cross-Linker for Preventing Protein Adsorption and Improving Tumor Accumulation

Chiang, Y.-T., Cheng, Y.-T., Lu, C.-Y., Yen, Y.-W., Yu, L.-Y., Yu, K.-S., Lyu, S.-Y., Yang, C.-Y., Lo, C.-L.
Chemistry of Materials. Volume 25, Issue 21, 12 November 2013, Pages 4364-4372

Closing the Nanotechnology Workforce Gap

Hart, D.
Nanotechnology Magazine, IEEE. 2012. Volume:6, Issue: 2. Page(s): 27-28

Izon Resources

Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing: Essential information about nanoparticles is revealed quickly and accurately

This white paper explores key aspects for nanoparticle characterisation and compares a number of available techniques.

qNano Gold Brochure

New qNano Gold for 2015, now very fast as well as being the most accurate

Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS) Brochure

TRPS is the most powerful nanoparticle characterisation system available. Recent developments mean that TRPS is now rapid and convenient, with a suite of additional tools available to make life easier for the TRPS user.