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Gold Nanoparticle Biosensors

Executive Summary Harmful microbes are present in a variety of sources including water, food, plants, and through human-to-human transmission. The ability to detect them rapidly at low cost is important to protecting the health and safety of humans and animals and the security of food chains. MSU researchers have developed novel gold (Au) nanoparticle...
Published: 5/26/2022   |   Inventor(s): Evangelyn Alocilja, Hanna Miller, Michael Anderson, Edith Torres-Chavolla
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Food Science and Nutrition

Magnetic Nanoparticles, Magnetically Activated Cell Enrichment, and Biosensing

der-collapse: collapse; } Executive Summary Harmful microbes are present in a variety of sources including water, food, plants, environment, and through human-to-human transmission. The ability to detect them rapidly at low cost is important to protecting the health and safety of humans and animals and the security of food chains. MSU researchers...
Published: 4/25/2022   |   Inventor(s): Evangelyn Alocilja
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Food Science and Nutrition

Nanoparticle-DNA for Anti-Counterfeiting

Executive Summary A 2008 report by the International Chamber of Commerce valued the counterfeit market at $650 billion and was expected to rise to $1.7 trillion in eight years. There is large safety concern with many counterfeit products, especially pharmaceuticals and toys manufactured with toxic agents. Researchers at Michigan State University...
Published: 12/12/2016   |   Inventor(s): Evangelyn Alocilja
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Nanotechnology

Field-Operable Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)-Based Biosensor with Embedded Temperature Control

IntroductionInnovators at Michigan State University developed a portable Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)-based biosensor that utilizes magnetic nanoparticles as a biomarker for label-free isolation and detection of target bio-materials from complex sample matrices. The NMR-based biosensor operates at 0.47 Tesla, utilizing an embedded magnet and electrically-active...
Published: 11/7/2013   |   Inventor(s): Evangelyn Alocilja, Yilun Luo
Keywords(s):   Category(s): Medical, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Devices, Test and Measurement