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Nano-design Helps Overcome Challenges in Histamine Measurement

Video   Nov 08, 2018 | from the Wyss Institute at Harvard

 

Senior Research Scientist Pawan Jolly describes the need for abbieSense, a Wyss technology that can detect histamine levels in human body fluids and determine the severity of an allergic reaction, which could help save the lives of patients with severe allergies.

 
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