Discovering of Collagen-1’s Role in Producing Superconducting Current in Nanobiomimetic Superlattice Structured Organometallic Devices at Room Temperature Enabled Direct Quantitation of Sub pg/mL Collagen-1 by a Voltage and a Cyclic Voltammetry Method

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Cooper pair electrons producing superconducting current in near zero Kelvin temperature at the Josephson-junction in the superconductors show its potential utilities. Could also a superconducting current produced by a superlattice organometallic device enable direct detection [...]

Nanobiomimetic Superlattice Superconductive/Memristive Organometallic Devices at Room Temperature Serve as Chronoamperometric Sensors for sub fg/mL Collagen-1 Detection in Human Serum

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Superconductive/Memristive devices have potential applications in supercomputing and in health industry was proposed in literature. Clinically detection range at low concentration for collagen-1 is difficult to accomplish due to the denaturing of protein Matrix Matelloprotinase-2 [...]

Acetylcholine Repairs the Amyloid-beta Damage on Brain Circuitry and Memory Loss From a “Mutated Biomimetic Acetylcholinesterase” Neuronal Memcapacitor During Slow-Wave Sleeping

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Amyloid-beta (A) plaque accumulation in the brain has been recognized to be associated with Alzheimer’s. Using artificial neuronal devices under controlled conditions, step-by-steps mimicking the A damages to neuronal circuitry is desirable, because of convenience [...]

Nanostructured Memristor Sensor Mimics Acetylcholinesterase (ACHE) Active Sites in the Gorge for fM Detection of Acetylcholine

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Many diseases including cancer, diabetes, brain injury, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, autism and Alzheimer’s involve the up regulation of acetylcholinesterase (ACHE) inappropriately signaling of cholinergic synapse for an excess production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACH). Challenges for [...]