Our goal is to develop a new homogeneous detection method that marks a paradigm change from the conventional heterogeneous ‘lab-on-a-chip’ concept to a homogeneous ‘lab-on-a-bead’ scenario. Thereby, the nanoparticles (‘beads’) themselves are directly used both as molecular recognition site and as detector unit. As indicator for determining the specific adhesion of target molecules, we choose the relaxation behavior of the nanoparticles, which is measured optically. ** Diese Arbeit wird von der NÖ Forschungs- und Bildungsges.m.b.H. (NFB) im Rahmen des Life Science Call kofinanziert. Für den Inhalt dieser Publikation sind die Autoren verantwortlich.


Duration 01/02/2015 - 30/04/2017
Funding Bundesländer (inkl. deren Stiftungen und Einrichtungen)
Program Life Science Call NFB

Department for Integrated Sensor Systems

Center for Micro and Nano Sensors

Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems) Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Brückl



Shoshi, A.; Schneeweiss, P.; Haslinger, M.; Glatzl, T.; Kovacs, G.; Schinerl, J.; Muehlberger, M.; Brueckl, H. (2017). Biomolecular Detection Based on the Rotational Dynamics of Megneto-Plasmonic Nanoparticles. Jean-Paul Viricelle, Christophe Pijolat and Mathilde Rieu, Proceedings 2017, 1(4): doi:10.3390/proceedings1040541, MDPI AG, Basel


Biomolecular detection based on the rotational dynamics of nanoparticles

Konferenz BioNanoMed 2017, Krems, 07/04/2017

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