(a) on DNA sensors (including methods for the detection of hybridization and damage), (b) on aptasensors (for thrombin, OTA, immunoglobulins and cancer biomarkers), (c) on immunosensor (for microorganisms, immunoglobulins, toxins, hormones, lactoferrin and biomarkers), (d) on enzymatic biosensors (for glucose, hydrogen peroxide, various pharmaceuticals, neurotransmitters, amino acids, NADH, enzyme based sensors).
1. Electroanalytical properties 2. Better damping 3. Thermal insulation 4. Higher sensitivity and stability 5. Ultralight materials 6. High compression strength 7. High stiffness 8. Homogeneous surface 9. fire resistance
High compression strength