NewsMagnetic microbead mixing to speed up molecular
testing

10th May 2021by admin0
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Currently, we are striving to curb the spread of
COVID-19. While large-scale restrictions can hinder the virus,
accurate and rapid diagnostic testing can help health services to
better monitor and contain the virus. For this, suitable test
devices are needed, such as those based on lab-on-chip technologies
where test samples are mixed with detection molecules that bind to
the virus and then emit a signal such as light. For her Ph.D.
research, Sophia E. Shanko explored how this binding process can be
accelerated using magnetic particle mixing, which can have
significant implications for future diagnostic testing devices.
Shanko defends her thesis on May 10th at the department of
Mechanical Engineering.

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