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Sensitive Magnetoresistive Biotools

  • Integrate  two, enabling technologies – giant   magnetoresistive (GMR) sensors and nanoparticle labels – to develop sensitive  diagnostic screening platforms

 

Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS)

  • Integrate the surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) phenomenon with 60-nm extrinsic Raman labels to realize ultra sensitive assay readout

 

Innovative Spacecraft Deployable Technology for Monitoring Biological Markers of Crew Health

  • Enable rapid, quantitative health diagnostics with sensitivities   surpassing current clinical assays to be performed in flight by crew members

 

Immunoassay for Mycobacterium Avium subspecies Paratuberculosis (MAP)

  • Create a highly effective assay than can detect subclinically infected animals via a rapid, sensitive, and specific test for Johne's disease
  • Evaluate performance of mAB 17A12 with our SERS-based sandwich immunoassay platform

 

Multiplexed, Rapid Detection of foodborne Pathogens by Standardized Surface enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Immunoassays

  • Develop SERS-based assays for foodborne pathogens (e.g., Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, Campytobacter jejuni, Salmonella enterica)
  • Use extensible SERS approach for rapid, ultrasensitive, multiplexed detection of pathogens

 

Smart Fabrics for Personal and Property Protection

  • Produce nanotechnology-enhanced textiles to meet targeted product needs (e.g., textiles used in industrial, medical or consumer products)

 

Mobile Nanosensors and Nanotracers

  • Transport substance to be detected to the sensor as cleanly and efficiently as possible
  • Design mobile sensors that travel to the material that needs to e detected
  • Sends signal back to the user to report its findings once sensor detects its target

 

Water Soluble Polymer for Targeted Delivery

  • Synthesize and characterize HPMA copolymers which have Doc or Ah-GDM and the targeting peptide RGDfK attached to the carrier backbone
  • Establish the maximum tolerated dose (MTDF) as well as the acute toxicity of the conjugates and their combinations in vivo
  • Evaluate the biodistribution, anticancer efficacy and dose evaluation studies of the conjugates in vivo

 

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Last Updated: 4/8/14