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July 29th, 2003

Nanoparticles spy on molecular binding

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Scientists at Ludwig-Maximilians University and Roche Diagnostics in Germany say they have created the first single metal nanoparticle sensor based on light-scattering spectroscopy. They demonstrated the technique using a gold nanoparticle functionalized with biotin to detect the presence of the protein streptavidin.

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