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Portable biosensor device for early detection of chronic kidney disease

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In a recent clinical trial, researchers from Flinders University developed an inexpensive and portable biosensor device which could precisely measure albumin levels in a patient′s urine. The findings have been published in Sensing and Bio-Sensing Research (Elsevier).It uses a modern and advanced open-access system that monitors urine biomarker concentrations using an aggregation-induced emission biosensor system that may also be used to potentially monitor malignancies, the accumulation of...
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