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Point-of-care Sensors to Detect Toxic Metals in a Drop of Blood

News   Sep 20, 2018 | Story sourced from the University of Illinois at Chicago

 
Point-of-care Sensors to Detect Toxic Metals in a Drop of Blood

The sensor is linked to a display monitor that shows levels of manganese and lead. (Photo: Sharon Parmet)

 
 
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