Researchers develop sensor to detect brain disorders in seconds

Scientists at the University of Central Florida (UCF) have developed a new dopamine biosensor that could speed up diagnosis of conditions such as Parkinson’s and depression. The compact rectangular device uses microfluidics to first separate plasma from a few drops of a patient’s blood. This plasma is then passed over a sensor coated in cerium […] The post Dopamine biosensor could speed Parkinsonís diagnosis appeared first on The Engineer.

Researchers develop sensor to detect brain disorders in seconds

Using nanotechnology, UCF researchers have developed the first rapid detector for dopamine, a chemical that is believed to play a role in various diseases such as Parkinson's, depression and ...

Tue 19 Mar 19 from Phys.org

Sensor Developed to Detect Brain Disorders in Seconds

NewsResearchers have developed the first rapid detector for dopamine using nanotechnology.Contributed Author: University of Central FloridaTopics: Physics/Engineering

Thu 21 Mar 19 from Laboratory Equipment

Dopamine biosensor could speed Parkinsonís diagnosis

Scientists at the University of Central Florida (UCF) have developed a new dopamine biosensor that could speed up diagnosis of conditions such as Parkinson’s and depression. The compact ...

Wed 20 Mar 19 from The Engineer

Sensor created to detect dopamine, brain disorders, in seconds

Using nanotechnology, researchers have developed the first rapid detector for dopamine, a chemical that is believed to play a role in various diseases such as Parkinson's, depression and some ...

Tue 19 Mar 19 from ScienceDaily

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