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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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NANOSENSORS this week at 2017 MRS Fall Exhibit

Visit us at the NanoAndMore USA booth no. 610 at the 2017 MRS Fall Exhibit this week to learn more about three newly introduced Uniqprobe AFM probe types
qp-HBC
qp-fast
qp-BioAC-CI

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NANOSENSORS AFM probes at the NanoAndMore USA booth no. 610 2017 MRS Fall Exhibit
NANOSENSORS at the NanoAndMore USA booth no. 610 2017 MRS Fall Exhibit

 

NANOSENSORS uniqprobe - reduced thermal drift AFM probes for biology and life-science applications
NANOSENSORS uniqprobe – reduced thermal drift for biology and life-science applications

 

 

Soft, drift-reduced AFM cantilevers for Biology and Life Sciences – Uniqprobe Screencast passes the 500 views mark

The screencast on the soft, drift-reduced NANOSENSORS uniqprobe cantilevers for biology and life science applications held by Dr. Laure Aeschimann has just passed the 500 views mark.
Congratulations Dr. Aeschimann!

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