Oral Nanotechnology and New ideas of Start-Up in Developing Countries
In this work we present an approach for the use of devices for analyte (pesticides, bacteria, heavy ions, C-Reactive Protein, etc..)detection for different applications (food analysis, water anaylsis, medical diagnostic, etc..). Most of the analyte detectionsystems used in vivo are time consuming and need different steps of preparation (labeling, etc..) and which are currently usedfor diagnosis in intensive care units and Hospitals. The development of new device need laboratory experiment for stability,rabidity and reproducibility studies. We will show the need of the market for such kind of devices and namely for developingcountries.
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