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Zn2+-triggered self-assembly of Gonadorelin [6-D-Phe] to produce nanostructures and fibrils

For this article the AFM images taken with tapping mode in Tris buffer solution were performed with the NANOSENSORS qp-BioAC (cantilever 3, resonance frequency 30kHz).

Figure 5 from Yordanova et. al. "Zn2+-triggered self-assembly of Gonadorelin [6-D-Phe] to produce nanostructures and fibrils" - AFM image of the Zn2+: GnRH [6-D-Phe] 10:1 complex. (a,b) Oligomers after preparation with tapping mode in Tris buffer solution (c,d) fibrils with tapping mode in air (z-scale indicates the average size of the formed oligomers and fibrils). NANOSENSORS qp-BioAC AFM probe was used to perform images in buffer solution
Figure 5 from Yordanova et. al. “Zn2+-triggered self-assembly of Gonadorelin [6-D-Phe] to produce nanostructures and fibrils” – AFM image of the Zn2+: GnRH [6-D-Phe] 10:1 complex. (a,b) Oligomers after preparation with tapping mode in Tris buffer solution (c,d) fibrils with tapping mode in air (z-scale indicates the average size of the formed oligomers and fibrils).

Yordanka Yordanova, Willem Vanderlinden, Raphael Stoll, Daniel Rüdiger, Andreas Tosstorff, Wolfgang Zaremba, Gerhard Winter, Stefan Zahler & Wolfgang Friess
Zn2+-triggered self-assembly of Gonadorelin [6-D-Phe] to produce nanostructures and fibrils
Nature Scientific Reports volume 8, Article number: 11280 (2018)
doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-29529-w
Please follow this external link to read the full article on the  Nature website: https://rdcu.be/4y9J

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AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy Screencast passed 1000 views mark

NANOSENSORS offers six different types of AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy ( MFM)  for scanning and studying sample surfaces with magnetic features:

PPP-MFMR
PPP-LM-MFMR
PPP-LC-MFMR
PPP-QLC-MFMR
SSS-MFMR
SSS-QMFMR

The screencast introducing the different properties of these AFM probes and their applications held by our Head of R&D Thomas Sulzbach has just passed the 1000 views mark. Congratulations Thomas!