Labels and Detection Methods

  • James J. Storhoff
  • Sudhakar S. Marla
  • Viswanadham Garimella
  • Chad A. Mirkin
Part of the Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering book series (BIOMEDICAL)


Surface Plasmon Resonance Resonant Light Scatter Detection Methodology Nucleic Acid Target Nanoparticle Probe 
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  • James J. Storhoff
  • Sudhakar S. Marla
  • Viswanadham Garimella
  • Chad A. Mirkin

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