Toronto Team Debuts Fractal Electrochemical Chip Method for Detecting Lung … – GenomeWeb




NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – With the goal of developing a novel molecular diagnostic assay to aid in the lung transplantation process, researchers from the University of Toronto have published a new study describing the development of a chip for assessing biomarkers of lung tissue health using a technology called fractal circuit sensors (FraCS).


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