13-04 – New in Vitro Cancer Diagnostic Test Based on Protease Activity Profiling Using Nanoelectrode Arrays

Kansas State University researchers have developed a new and effective in vitro diagnostic method to simultaneously measure the activity of multiple proteases link to cancers. By using a new electrochemical detection method based on novel nanoelectrode arrays, this innovation provides numerous potential advantages over the existing fluorescence detection commonly used today, including portability, multiplicity, sample size, accuracy and cost. Caronda Moore caronda@ksu.edu 785-532-1366

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