Graphene key component development and manufacturer signs sensor distribution deal with leading supplier of electrochemical goods, Palmsens.
Following the launch of Gii-Sens, the world's first 3D Graphene Foam sensing electrode, with our 98% pure graphene Gii, comes the new, pre-functionalised Gii-Sens+ sensors available in Carboxyl (COOH) and N-Hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) groups. The initial response for Gii-Sens was well received and we have built on early feedback to deliver the next generation of our products. This feedback has shown a requirement for the opportunity to work with new technique to enable faster workflows, and save time. This is where the development of Gii-Sens+ was born, with the ability to easily purchase functionalised electrodes, removing the inconvenience of the preparation by perfecting surface modification and recognition molecule immobilisation to ensure you get the most out of your antibodies.
Stirling, Scotland - 30th September – Integrated Graphene, an advanced materials manufacturer, today soft-launched their new Gii-Sens+ modified-graphene sensing platform which will be available internationally. As part of the Gii-Sens+ product line, sensors functionalised by both Carboxyl (COOH) and N-Hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) groups are now available, being introduced to help medical diagnostic developers exploit the superlative sensory properties of graphene via surface modification to then make the biorecognition molecule immobilisation easier.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Fraser Nicol, one of our Development Scientists. Fraser works hard to electrochemically qualify the performance of our Gii-Sens devices.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Kirst MacKenzie, our Manufacturing Quality Engineer. Kirsty works hard to ensure we uphold our company-wide high quality standards.
We are delighted to introduce Alastair Graves, who recently joined our team as a Manufacturing Engineer. With a strong background in optimising manufacturing processes, Alastair is the perfect addition to our team as our company continues to grow. Today, Alastair has shared some insight into his experience and his day-to-day tasks.
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Despite rigorous optimisation, bioassay performance runs the risk of being compromised by background noise. For reliable results, it is essential that background noise is both accurately distinguished from true signal and minimised to prevent its interference with the detection of low-concentration analytes.