Use of urine volatile organic compounds to discriminate tuberculosis patients from healthy subjects.

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Development of noninvasive methods for tuberculosis (TB) diagnosis, with the potential to be administered in field situations, remains as an unmet challenge. A wide array of molecules are present in urine and reflect the pathophysiological condition of a subject. With infection, an alteration in the molecular constituents is anticipated, characterization of… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ac200265g

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@article{Banday2011UseOU, title={Use of urine volatile organic compounds to discriminate tuberculosis patients from healthy subjects.}, author={Khalid Muzaffar Banday and Kishore Kumar Pasikanti and Eric Chun Yong Chan and Rupak Singla and Kanury Rao and V. Chauhan and Ranjan Kumar Nanda}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2011}, volume={83 14}, pages={5526-34} }