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Biolayer interferometry measurement of biological targets

Title:
Biolayer interferometry measurement of biological targets


Category:
Diagnostic

NCS:
Inventors: Hans Peter Zassenhaus

Summary:
Disclosed are methods and compositions for the ultrasensitive detection of oligonucleotides, proteins, protein complexes, biomolecules, and infectious agents using a peroxidase driven deposition of substrates onto interferometry capable biosensors, coupled to the specific recognition of the target molecules. More specifically, methods are disclosed to specifically immobilize biological target molecules onto the surface of interferometry capable biosensors and to associate the target molecules with peroxidase enzymes. Through the peroxidase driven deposition of substrates onto the interferometry capable biosensors there is the ability to achieve ultrasensitive detection and quantification of specific target molecules.

Patent:
U.S. patent pending

Manager:
Stephanie Kimzey, MBA

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