Rapid identification of biological warfare agents using an instrument employing a light addressable potentiometric sensor and a flow-through immunofiltration-enzyme assay system.

@article{Uithoven2000RapidIO,
  title={Rapid identification of biological warfare agents using an instrument employing a light addressable potentiometric sensor and a flow-through immunofiltration-enzyme assay system.},
  author={K A Uithoven and Jens C. Schmidt and M E Ballman},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  year={2000},
  volume={14 10-11},
  pages={761-70}
}
An instrument employing a light addressable potentiometric sensor and a flow-through immunofiltration-enzyme assay system has been developed for the rapid and specific identification of biological warfare (BW) agents. The system has been designed to assay for up to eight agents simultaneously and provides an indication of the absence or presence of a threat within 15 min. Parameters affecting the mixing of the reagents within the instrument's fluidic lines were investigated and optimized… CONTINUE READING

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