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Detecting Harmful Molecules in Foods and Fluids

News   Oct 24, 2018 | Original Story from The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

 
Detecting Harmful Molecules in Foods and Fluids

This is a confocal laser scanning microscope images showing the concentration of oppositely charged molecules, where negatively-charged microgels are denoted by red circles and positively-charged microgels are denoted by blue circles. Green fluorescence originates from negatively-charged dye molecules and red fluorescence originates from positively-charged dye molecules. Credit: KAIST.

 
 
 

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