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Research project

RINSE- development of a RapId Neuroblastoma Sensor that utilizes native microbe interactions

Can we build a biosensor to detect neuroblastoma markers in urine using the chemotaxis system in E. coli?

Duration
2020  -   2022
Contact
Ariane Briegel
Funding
KWF Unique High Risk Project KWF Unique High Risk Project
Partners

KWF, Leiden University

Chemoattraction in fluorescent E. coli by Alise Muok

We are using the native chemotaxis system in E. coli to detect cancer markers in urine. Specifically, these markers, DHMA and VMA, are found in the urine of neuroblastoma patients.

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