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Harnessing the power of microbial nanowires.
Reguera G. Microb Biotechnol 2018 - Review. PMID 29806247 Free PMC article.
Genetic engineering shows promise to modulate the properties of the peptide building blocks, protein nanowires and current-harvesting biofilms for various applications. ...
Genetic engineering shows promise to modulate the properties of the peptide building blocks, protein nanowires and current-harvesting …
Synthesis of DNA-Based Nanowires.
Kotlyar A. Methods Mol Biol 2018. PMID 29926444
Review of the Electrical Characterization of Metallic Nanowires on DNA Templates.
Bayrak T, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30282940 Free PMC article.
The most simple such structure is given by metallic nanowires formed by deposition of metals along the DNA nanostructures. Here, we review the fabrication and the characterization of the electronic properties of nanowires, which were created using these methods....
The most simple such structure is given by metallic nanowires formed by deposition of metals along the DNA nanostructures. Here, we r …
Recent developments in nanowires for bio-applications from molecular to cellular levels.
Rahong S, et al. Lab Chip 2016 - Review. PMID 26928289
This review highlights the most promising applications of nanowires for bioanalytical chemistry and medical diagnostics. The materials discussed here are metal oxide and Si semiconductors, which are integrated with various microfluidic systems. ...Finally, we conclude the review by highlighting some bio-applications for nanowires and presenting the next challenges that must be overcome to improve the capabilities of nanowire structures for biological and medical systems....
This review highlights the most promising applications of nanowires for bioanalytical chemistry and medical diagnostics. The m …
Nanowires and Nanoparticle Chains Inside Tubular Viral Templates.
Zhou K and Wang Q. Methods Mol Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29869244
Here we present an overview of methods for the utilization of the TMV-derived interior surface to realize spatially selective chemisorption, nucleation, and growth of nanocrystals into nanowires and nanoparticle chains....
Here we present an overview of methods for the utilization of the TMV-derived interior surface to realize spatially selective chemisorption, …
Optimizing "self-wicking" nanowire grids
Wei H, et al. J Struct Biol 2018. PMID 29317278 Free PMC article.
Nanowires are grown on the copper surface of the grid using a simple chemical reaction and the opposite smooth side is used to adhere to a holey sample substrate support, for example carbon or gold. ...
Nanowires are grown on the copper surface of the grid using a simple chemical reaction and the opposite smooth side is used to adhere
Recent advances in nanowires-based field-effect transistors for biological sensor applications.
Ahmad R, et al. Biosens Bioelectron 2018 - Review. PMID 28942344
Nanowires (NWs)-based field-effect transistors (FETs) have attracted considerable interest to develop innovative biosensors using NWs of different materials (i.e. semiconductors, polymers, etc.). ...
Nanowires (NWs)-based field-effect transistors (FETs) have attracted considerable interest to develop innovative biosensors using NWs
Vertical Gold Nanowires Stretchable Electrochemical Electrodes.
Zhai Q, et al. Anal Chem 2018. PMID 30350612
In this work, we demonstrate that vertically gold nanowires (v-AuNWs) possess an enokitake-like structure, with the nanoparticle (head) on one side and nanowires (tail) on the opposite side of the structure, and can serve as intrinsically stretchable, electrochemical electrodes due to the stronger nanowire-elastomer bonding forces preventing from interfacial delamination under strains. ...This excellent electrochemical performance in the elongated state, in conjunction with low-cost wet-chemistry fabrication, demonstrates that v-AuNWs electrodes may become a next-generation sensing platform for conformally integrated, in vivo biodiagnostics....
In this work, we demonstrate that vertically gold nanowires (v-AuNWs) possess an enokitake-like structure, with the nanoparticle (hea …
Tunable magnetic nanowires for biomedical and harsh environment applications.
Ivanov YP, et al. Sci Rep 2016. PMID 27072595 Free PMC article.
The nanowires can also be encoded with different remanence values. Notably, the oxidation process of single-crystal iron nanowires halts at a shell thickness of 10 nm. ...This property renders these core-shell nanowires attractive materials for application to harsh environments. A cell viability study reveals a high degree of biocompatibility of the core-shell nanowires....
The nanowires can also be encoded with different remanence values. Notably, the oxidation process of single-crystal iron nanowires
Phonon Engineering in Isotopically Disordered Silicon Nanowires.
Mukherjee S, et al. Nano Lett 2015. PMID 25993500
Moreover, we also observed that upon heating, phonons in (28)Si(x)(30)Si(1-x) nanowires behave remarkably differently from those in (29)Si nanowires suggesting a reduced thermal conductivity induced by mass disorder. Using Raman nanothermometry, we found that the thermal conductivity of isotopically mixed (28)Si(x)(30)Si(1-x) nanowires is ∼30% lower than that of isotopically pure (29)Si nanowires in agreement with theoretical predictions....
Moreover, we also observed that upon heating, phonons in (28)Si(x)(30)Si(1-x) nanowires behave remarkably differently from those in ( …
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