New technique could help produce enhanced imaging results with ordinary microscopes

Research completed through a collaboration with University of Missouri engineers, biologists, and chemists could transform how scientists study molecules and cells at sub-microscopic (nanoscale) levels. An electrical and computer engineer and her team recently published studies outlining a new, relatively inexpensive imaging platform that enables single molecule imaging. This patented method highlights more than 30 years of nanoscale research that has proven invaluable in biological research and battling diseases. In previous studies, scientists used plasmonic gratings to detect cortisol and even tuberculosis. Additionally, the relatively low production cost for the platform also means it could be used to further detect a wide variety of diseases, particularly in developing countries. Eventually, they might even be able to use smartphones to detect disease in the field.
Source : www.news-medical.net      2016/8/11 09:05

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