Novel Micro-Probe Sensors for Real-time Measurement of ATP/Purines in the Brain

September 2005
Medical Device Technology;Sep2005, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p48
Trade Publication
Focuses on the development of a new generation of micro-probe sensors capable of enabling point-of-care testing of respiratory and brain function in Great Britain. Utilization of a platinum needle in the biosensor; Capability to measure purine production in real-time biochemical reactions in vitro and in vivo; Potential use of the device in the early diagnosis of brain trauma.


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