Microfluidic Devices Integrated with Nano-Biosensors for One-Step Multiplexed Pathogen Detection

The University of Texas at El Paso seeks a partner for licensing a paper-based and hybrid microfluidic biochips for low-cost, sensitive and fast diagnosis of infectious diseases. Chao Zhang czhang3@utep.edu 915-747-6717

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