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Paper-based cationic isotachophoresis for lateral flow immunoassay development
Unmet Need: Improving sensitivity and specificity in Lateral Flow Immunoassays at low concentrations Lateral flow immunoassays (LFIAs) are among the most popular diagnostic platforms on the market due to ease of use and capacity for antigen detection in diverse biological samples. However, they are often critiqued for their relatively high limits of...
Published: 9/21/2023   |   Inventor(s): Wenji Dong, Devon McCornack
Keywords(s): Adsorption, Applied Technologies, biosensors, Biotechnology, Cancer and aging, Cationic Isotachophresis, depletion of abundant serum proteins, Nanotechnology, Purification, Real time virus sensor
Soil Health Sensor
Unmet Need: Fast and accurate measurement of soil health Soil health is a complex phenomenon that reflects the ability of soil to support both plant growth and other ecosystem functions. Research on electron transfer processes in soil environments is limited and can provide novel knowledge and new ways of monitoring soil health. Electrochemical activities...
Published: 4/28/2023   |   Inventor(s): Haluk Beyenal, Abdelrhman Mohamed, Maren Friesen
Keywords(s): Agriculture and Plant Sciences, biosensors, Electrochemical sensor
Additive Manufacturing of Ion Selective Membranes and Electrodes
Title: Ion Selective Membranes and Electrodes Unmet Need: Increased availability of specific membranes and electrodes Ion selective membranes and electrodes are ubiquitous in use and are a key component of diagnostics, research, and industry. However, improvements can be made to utilize ion selective membranes and electrodes using 3D/additive manufacturing....
Published: 5/25/2023   |   Inventor(s): Jeffrey Bell, Dalton Glasco, Nguyen Ho, Rhys Sopp, Art Matthew Mamaril, Francisco Leal-Yepes
Keywords(s): Advanced Materials, biosensors, Electrochemical sensor
Single-atom nanozyme
Unmet Need: Use of single-atom catalysts as nanozymesNanomaterial-based enzymes referred as nanozymes are promising alternatives to natural enzymes. Based on their properties of higher stability and lower cost, nanozymes are synthesized and applied in various applications. Iron oxide nanozyme has been a classical research model, but is still weaker...
Published: 6/27/2022   |   Inventor(s): Yuehe Lin, Dan Du, Nan Cheng, Jin-Cheng Li
Keywords(s): artificial enzymes, biosensors, single-atom catalyst, Single-atom electrocatalysts, Single-atom nanozyme; nanozyme;