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New nanotech approach could enable fast anthrax detection

(Click thumbnails for video) In each of these video clips, live bacteria are directed down a narrow channel to a pair of electrodes where they are trapped by mild electric currents. Courtesy of the Hamers Group.
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The ability to routinely and easily capture and analyze individual microbes will have implications for conventional biotechnology as well. For example, chemical modifications to the electrode traps might make it easier for scientists to retrieve specifi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Terry Devitt 03/21/05


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