Researchers from Guelph-based Bionano Laboratory have a developed a nanotechnology sensor for rapid detection of Norovirus

The researcher’s t Guelph University in Canada describes a rapid and highly sensitive point-of-care device for rapid determination and quantitation of noroviruses. The paper-based biosensor microfluidic device has a screen-printed carbon electrode that enables electrochemical virus detection within an hour. Its chip is packed with silica microbeads zones to filter and enrich a Norovirus-infected sample. The researchers claim that this simple and cost-effective device is designed to be used in the field. @ https://bionanolab.ca/laboratory/lab-news/341-biosensor-detects-norovirus-on-the-spot-in-one-hour" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://bionanolab.ca/laboratory/lab-news/341-biosensor-detects-norovirus-on-the-spot-in-one-hour
Biosensor Detects Norovirus on the Spot, in One Hour

Biosensor Detects Norovirus on the Spot, in One Hour – Food Safety Tech ( link ) Researchers from Guelph-based Bionano Laboratory have a developed a nanote…

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