A Novel Ingestible Biosensor for Intestinal Metabolite Monitoring
De la Paz et al. have developed an ingestible, self-powered, and wireless biosensing capsule that can hopefully be used for the noninvasive diagnosis of gastrointestinal disorders in the future. Recently published in Nature Communications, the authors demonstrated how its real-time performance in a porcine model, which we summarize in this post.
#ExpertAnswers: Janine Mauzeroll on Scanning Electrochemical Microscopyhayleighisc
This episode of Expert Answers features Dr. Janine Mauzeroll discussing the experimental and theoretical electrochemical methods to biomedical and industrial problems that her lab uses.
The Wonderful World of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM)
Dr. Janine Mauzeroll discusses the fundamentals, critical experimental parameters and recent applications for scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM).
In-Situ Electrochemical EPR for Real-Time Measurements of Radical Ions
Dr. Raanan Carmieli discusses the use of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) as a powerful technique for the study of transition metals, organic radical ions and transient radical-pairs in photoexcited systems.