Biological Elements

Some articles on biological elements, biological:

Biosensor - Surface Attachment of The Biological Elements
... An important part in a biosensor is to attach the biological elements (small molecules/protein/cells) to the surface of the sensor (be it metal, polymer or glass) ... The simplest way is to functionalize the surface in order to coat it with the biological elements ... Subsequently the bound biological agent may be for example fixed by Layer by layer depositation of alternatively charged polymer coatings Alternatively three dimensional ...
Sneeze - Biological Elements - Preventive Measures
... Proven methods to reduce sneezing generally advocate reducing interaction with irritants, such as keeping pets out of the house to avoid animal dander ensuring the timely and continuous removal of dirt and dust particles through proper housekeeping replacing filters for furnaces and air-handling units air filtration devices and humidifiers and staying away from industrial and agricultural zones ... Some people, however, find sneezes to be pleasurable and would not want to prevent them ...

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