Department of Biotechnology
Nano Biotechnology
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Department of Nano Biotechnology

The Department of Nanobiotechnology was formed in October 2005 and is involved in different aspects of micro and nanotechnologies for biotech applications. Nanobiotechnology is an emerging discipline at the interface of traditional biotechnology and cutting-edge nanotechnology. The initial focus is on the development of the next generation further miniaturized and integrated, nanotechnology based protein chips, which can be used for biomarker discovery and comparative parallel analysis of the human proteome. The department is also involved in the Human Proteome Resource program, developing high throughput confocal microscopy for intracellular protein localization and quantification. The total staff is four persons.


Last updated: 2012-06-12