Project Summary

Biomolecules with clinical significance are most often various forms of proteins or peptides at very low concentrations in biological systems. Quantitative analysis of them is a big challenge due to the complexity of bio-samples, but essential for diagnosis and clinical applications. In this project, we focus on developing novel approaches for the sensitive detection of trace amount biomolecules using state-of-the-art nanotechnology.

Imaging of stamped invisible micro-patterns of trace amount molecules.
Imaging of stamped invisible micro-patterns of trace amount molecules.

 

Research Group

Yu Group

Keywords

Nanomaterials, Nanobiotechnology, Health, Mass spectrometry, Enrichment, Biomarkers, Detection, Biomolecules

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Project members

Lead Investigator

Professor Chengzhong (Michael) Yu

Senior Group Leader
Yu Group
AIBN Deputy Director (Postgraduate Studies)

Researchers

Dr Chang Lei

Advance Queensland Research Fellow
Yu Group