Disposable nano-titre plates for rapid screening - Designing inks that think

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    Abstract

    Advances in nano technology and manufacturing processes are being harnessed to produce devices that can provide immediate, quantitative diagnostic information that relates to, and can positively impact upon, physiological wellbeing. New techniques to produce disposable sensing devices that can facilitate the decentralised high throughput screening of clinical biomarkers are being developed for applications that extend from the laboratory to the treatment ward, paramedic and, ultimately, will reach into the home. Key advantages proffered by such technology include the prospect of rapid predictive-preventative screening for the early onset of various diseases and complications or assessing day to day factors responsible for maintaining health.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    Pages117-120
    Number of pages4
    Volume1920
    Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2005
    EventNanofair 2005: New Ideas for Industry -
    Duration: 30 Nov 2005 → …

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    NameVDI BERICHTE
    PublisherVDI

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    ConferenceNanofair 2005: New Ideas for Industry
    Period30/11/05 → …

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    Davis, J. (2005). Disposable nano-titre plates for rapid screening - Designing inks that think. In Unknown Host Publication (Vol. 1920, pp. 117-120). (VDI BERICHTE).
    Davis, J. / Disposable nano-titre plates for rapid screening - Designing inks that think. Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 1920 2005. pp. 117-120 (VDI BERICHTE).
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