Queen’s Biochemistry and Mechanical Engineering researchers have developed a novel Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Biosensor capable of rapid detecting proteins in fluids at low concentrations.
The technology has the potential to replace any test where multi-day culturing is used. The sensor can be used for detecting target proteins in medical diagnostic testing or for detecting pathogens in body fluids, food, or water.
PARTEQ Innovations is seeking a partner in the medical devices industry to develop the technology into a commercial product.
Post time: Oct-07-2017