NewsDetecting bacteria with fluorescent nanosensors

25th November 2020by admin0
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Researchers from Bochum, Göttingen, Duisburg and
Cologne have developed a new method for detecting bacteria and
infections. They use fluorescent nanosensors to track down
pathogens faster and more easily than with established methods. A
team headed by Professor Sebastian Kruß, formerly at University of
Göttingen, now at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), describes the
results in the journal Nature Communications, published online on
25 November 2020.

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