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Electronic Point of Care System for Detecting a Variety of Biomarkers

 

Medical professionals need techniques that will help them diagnose diseases before debilitating symptoms begin to manifest in patients. Point of care testing, or...

Distributed Feedback Laser Biosensor

 

A biosensor based upon a vertically emitting, distributed feedback (DFB) laser. The DFB laser comprises a replica-molded, one- or two-dimensional dielectric...

Preventing Stent Failure with Bi-Stable Structures

A leading cause of stent failure and re-stenosis is unreliable and inconsistent expansion of stents inflated with balloons. Prof. James from the department of aerospace...

Bioresorbable Silicon Electronics for Neural Sensing

Dr. John Rogers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has developed bioresorbable silicon electronics that can be used for real-time sensing of neural...

Quantum Dots with Thin Coatings that Allow for Efficient Bioconjugation

Dr. Andrew Smith from the University of Illinois has developed new quantum dots with a multidentate polymer coating that minimizes size while maintaining stability and...

Intracell Labeling of Live Cells

Dr. Paul Selvin from the University of IL has developed a method for quickly labeling live cells with a series of dyes specific to components of living cells.

Algorithm Modified Deoxynybomycin for the Treatment of Gram-Negative Bacteria

Dr. Hergenrother from the University of IL has developed a novel antibiotic that is effective against certain antibiotic-resistant gram-negative bacteria. His powerful...

A Method for Quantifying Polyphosphate in Biological Samples

 

 

Dr. Jim Morrissey from the University of Illinois has developed a microplate-based assay that allows identification and...

Assay for Quantifying Polyphosphate in Plasma

Dr. Morrissey from the University of IL has developed a novel assay for quantifying polyP levels in patient plasma. This assay allows for polyP quantitation to be...