David A Yeager

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An immunosensor operating in continuous flow and capable of detecting low molecular weight antigens is described. The approach differs from previously described continuous flow assays by not requiring incubation steps or the introduction of additional reagents following the loading of the sample into the system. Detection of the antigen is rapid, occurring(More)
A patient with classic symptoms of blood dyscrasia, specifically idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, failed to receive laboratory tests because the condition had gone undetected by a dentist and a physician. However, after the patient was given a provisional diagnosis supported by laboratory test results, one of the general treatment procedures for(More)
BACKGROUND Diabetic foot wounds remain a significant health-care issue. Healing these wounds in a timely manner is of paramount importance because the duration of ulceration correlates with increased rates of infection and amputation, costing billions of dollars yearly. Collagen-based matrices have been used as wound covers and have been shown to improve(More)
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