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a long way…Fri Feb 26 2021

Last year, NanoWorld celebrated 20 years since foundation and of providing innovative and novel AFM tips to the world. Due to known unfortunate circumstances there was not much of a celebration possible. However, we added a tiny gimmick to our website.

Have a look and check it out https://www.nanoworld.com/.

NanoWorld Tissue mechanics and expression of TROP2 in oral squamous cell carcinoma with varying differentiation - news

Tissue mechanics and expression of TROP2 in oral squamous cell carcinoma with varying differentiationTue Feb 23 2021

Tissue mechanics and expression of TROP2 in oral squamous cell carcinoma with varying differentiation
Atomic Force Microscopy ( AFM ) can be utilized to determine the mechanical properties of tumor tissues in different kinds of cancers, for example breast cancer, liver cancer and lung cancer. Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is a common subtype of head and neck and other malignant tumors that occurs in increasing numbers. It is … Continue reading

NanoAndMore A Universal Model for the Log-Normal Distribution of Elasticity in Polymeric Gels and Its Relevance to Mechanical Signature of Biological Tissues - news

A Universal Model for the Log-Normal Distribution of Elasticity in Polymeric Gels and Its Relevance to Mechanical Signature of Biological TissuesTue Feb 16 2021

#AtomicForceMicroscopy ( #AFM ) is used as an important tool to assess the #elasticproperties of biological samples such as biologicaltissues etc.
In the article “Universal Model for the Log-Normal Distribution of Elasticity in Polymeric Gels and Its Relevance to Mechanical Signature of Biological Tissues* A. Millet proposes a physical model explaining how elasticity values frequently follow a log normal distribution and suggests that distribution-type analysis could increase the information obtained from AFM studies on #biologicaltissues.
NanoAndMore Colloidal #AFMprobes CP-qp-scont-BSG-A-5 were used to assess the elastic properties of the biological samples. The AFM measurements were done in PBS (Phosphate Buffer Saline).

NANOSENSORS Two New MSS Sensors for Torque Magnetometry added to NANOSENSORS™ Special Developments List - news

Two New MSS Sensors for Torque Magnetometry added to NANOSENSORS™ Special Developments ListMon Feb 15 2021

Two New MSS Sensors for Torque Magnetometry added to the Special Developments List
NANOSENSORS™ has completed the development of two additional Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) ( SD-MSS-1KPMAl and SD-MSS-1KPMAu ) dedicated for torque magnetometry. Torque magnetometry is a useful technique often employed for assessment of various materials like organic conductors, magnetic and superconductor materials. Now NANOSENSORS™ has added two new types of MSS for this application “SD-MSS-1KPMAl” and “SD-MSS-1KPMAu” to the NANOSENSORS™Special Developments List.
These sensors can be used for nanomechanical sensing, material assessment, static/pulsed-field torque magnetometry, force sensing, and other applications. […]

NanoWorld Amphiphilic Poly(dimethylsiloxane-ethylene-propylene oxide)-polyisocyanurate Cross-Linked Block Copolymers in a Membrane Gas Separation - news

Amphiphilic Poly(dimethylsiloxane-ethylene-propylene oxide)-polyisocyanurate Cross-Linked Block Copolymers in a Membrane Gas SeparationMon Feb 08 2021

Amphiphilic Poly(dimethylsiloxane-ethylene-propylene oxide)-polyisocyanurate Cross-Linked Block Copolymers in a Membrane Gas Separation
Block copolymers, including multiblock copolymers of an amphiphilic nature, because of their ability to form various supramolecular structures are attracting a lot of research interest these days. The direct influence on the supramolecular organization of block copolymers is a way of controlling both the mechanical and physicochemical properties of polymer materials obtained on this basis. … Continue reading

NANOSENSORS Cytoskeletal disorganization underlies PABPN1-mediated myogenic disability - news

Cytoskeletal disorganization underlies PABPN1-mediated myogenic disabilityWed Feb 03 2021

Cytoskeletal disorganization underlies PABPN1-mediated myogenic disability
Muscle wasting is connected with changes in various cellular mechanisms that influence protein homeostasis, transcription, protein acetylation and different metabolic pathways. * Scientific studies have shown that reduced levels of polyadenylation binding protein 1 ( PABPN1 , a multifactorial regulator of mRNA processing ) cause muscle wasting, including muscle atrophy, extracellular matrix thickening, myofiber typing […]

NanoWorld Multiswitchable photoacid–hydroxyflavylium–polyelectrolyte nano-assemblies - news

Multiswitchable photoacid–hydroxyflavylium–polyelectrolyte nano-assembliesFri Jan 29 2021

Multiswitchable photoacid–hydroxyflavylium–polyelectrolyte nano-assemblies
In the article “Multiswitchable photoacid–hydroxyflavylium–polyelectrolyte nano-assemblies” Alexander Zika and Franziska Gröhn describe the development of a novel reversible multi-switchable system consisting of a cationic polyelectrolyte, a hydroxyflavylium molecule (Flavy), and a photoacid.* Ternary assemblies with sizes in the hundred-to-few hundred nanometers range in aqueous solution exhibit a multi-addressable size and shape.* The concept exploits the … Continue reading

NANOSENSORS In‐situ force measurement during nano‐indentation combined with Laue microdiffraction - news

In‐situ force measurement during nano‐indentation combined with Laue microdiffractionFri Jan 22 2021

In‐situ force measurement during nano‐indentation combined with Laue microdiffraction
A NANOSENSORS™ self-sensing self-activating Akiyama probe was used in a home-built Scanning Probe Microscope for this interesting research article. *Florian Lauraux, Sarah Yehya, Stéphane Labat, Jean‐Sébastien Micha, Odile Robach, Oleg Kovalenko, Eugen Rabkin, Olivier Thomas, Thomas W. CorneliusIn‐situ force measurement during nano‐indentation combined with Laue microdiffractionNano Select , Volume2, Issue1, January 2021, Pages 99-106DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/nano.202000073 […]

NANOSENSORS Happy Holidays from NANOSENSORS™ - news

Happy Holidays from NANOSENSORS™Thu Dec 24 2020

Season’s Greetings from NANOSENSORS™ AFM probes
The reindeer are back in the park! This is a sure sign that it is again time to wish all users of our AFM probes Happy Holidays! This has been a difficult year for many among us. Take care of yourselves. We are looking forward to a new year with better news together with you.



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