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Single Electron Transistor Platform for Microgravity Proteomics, Phase II

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Single Electron Transistor Platform for Microgravity Proteomics, Phase II
This Phase II program builds from the successful Phase I efforts to demonstrate that Quantum Logic Devices' nanoelectronic platform for biological detection could detect binding of Epo, TNF-alpha, IL-6, and IGF-1 in saline and serum without labels. The creation of an electronic "direct detection" platform for proteomics, enables rapid point of care monitoring of metabolic analytes in microgravity. This Phase II proposal will build working prototypes based on PDA-style electronic data capture with disposable assay cartridges for the analytes demonstrated in Phase I. More »

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