Sensors and probes


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NAME

Sensors and probes

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Sensors and probes are molecules that report the presence of specific ions, molecules or molecular events in vitro or in cells by communicating a measurable signal, often a light-based readout. They may function through selective interaction or attachment to a molecule of interest or undergo conformational changes.

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22 sg:ontologies/subjects/ dcterms:description The Nature Subjects Taxonomy is a polyhierarchical categorization of scholarly subject areas which are used for the indexing of content by Springer Nature.
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46 skos:definition Antisense elements are single-stranded nucleic acid sequences that are complementary to a target RNA or DNA and may be used to label or inactivate the target by hybridization.
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59 skos:definition Biological techniques are methods or procedures that are used to study living things. They include experimental and computational methods, approaches, protocols and tools for biological research.
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62 sg:ontologies/subjects/behavioural-methods
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65 sg:ontologies/subjects/biophysical-methods
66 sg:ontologies/subjects/cytological-techniques
67 sg:ontologies/subjects/electrophysiology
68 sg:ontologies/subjects/epigenetics-analysis
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70 sg:ontologies/subjects/gene-delivery
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105 skos:definition DNA probes are stretches of single-stranded DNA used to detect the presence of complementary nucleic acid sequences (target sequences) by hybridization. DNA probes are usually labelled, for example with radioisotopes, epitopes, biotin or fluorophores to enable their detection.
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136 skos:definition Oligonucleotide probes are short stretches of single-stranded DNA or RNA used to detect the presence of complementary nucleic acid sequences (target sequences) by hybridization. Oligonucleotide probes are usually labelled, for example with radioisotopes, epitopes, biotin or fluorophores to enable their detection.
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151 skos:definition Quantum dots are crystals of a fluorescent semiconductor material with a diameter of as few as 10 to 100 atoms (2-10 nm). They are used as labels for imaging molecules because of their very narrow fluorescence spectra, brightness and resistance to photobleaching.
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160 skos:definition RNA probes are stretches of single-stranded RNA used to detect the presence of complementary nucleic acid sequences (target sequences) by hybridization. RNA probes are usually labelled, for example with radioisotopes, epitopes, biotin or fluorophores to enable their detection.
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169 skos:definition Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy is a technique to detect biomolecular binding interactions. In SPR, one molecular partner is immobilized on a metallic film. Light excites surface plasmons in the metal; when the binding partner binds to the immobilized molecule, this causes a detectable change in the surface plasmon signal.
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