The companys multiple molecule based chemistry has already been shown to reduce non-specific adsorption on biosensor surfaces well over 50% compared to either bare surfaces or surfaces that had been modified with only a single type of molecule. Nonspecific adsorption has proven to be the largest barrier to biosensor development. Econous technology can enhance biosensors sensitivity, selectivity, specificity and reliability.
Additionally, Econous has developed two extremely sensitive biosensors with numerous foreseeable advance R&D applications in industrial material science and engineering, such as in Surface Adsorption, Biotechnology, Charge Analysis, Coatings, Corrosion, Fuel Cells, Medical Devices, Nanotechnology, Pyroelectricity, Semiconductors, Solar Cells, Surface and Environmental Contamination.
provider of surface-enhancing solutions. Econous offers a novel approach that clearly provides significant value to its customers and ultimately the end user. The Econous solution delivers value by improving the functional performance of its clients products against their competition.
Econous core technology is a unique approach to improving biocoating-based systems in a way that substantially increases devices performance and/or reduces procedures complications. Benefits to the in-vitro molecular diagnostic market include elimination of sample purification, improvements in accuracy and reproducibility, and reduction in sample requirements. For prosthetic and surgical device applications the main benefits are increased biocompatibility for the reduction of life-threatening complications and of patient suffering.
Econous possesses the ability to design and synthesize stable self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) that are resistant to nonspecific binding for many different materials and surfaces. We can design custom tethers and linkers specifically designed for bio sensors such as gold or quartz based sensor surface.
Econous Systems Inc. Company Business Activity
Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering and Life Sciences