Biomarkers Detection & Nanoparticle Based Drug Delivery Systems

These novel systems involve use of nanoparticles, superparamagnetic materials, protein biosensors, and advanced light assisted molecular immobilization technology. The group has acquired fundamental knowledge on light activated mechanisms in protein structures. Using ultraviolet‐light it is possible to open disulphide bonds in proteins leading to protein immobilization onto thiol reactive surfaces (glass, quartz or gold surfaces).

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  • Genomic Biomarker Discovery
  • Biomarkers and drug delivery applications
  • Exosome-based drug delivery systems
  • Protein Engineering
  • Big Data Analytics for Biomarkers Development
  • Diagnosis and therapeutics
  • Molecular immobilization technology
  • Biomarkers and drug delivery applications
  • Applications of Imaging Biomarkers
  • Microarray

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