This project is dedicated to the development of a novel multiplex platform serving as a diagnostic biosensor for the onset of bacterial infection. This biosensor will utilise molecularly imprinted polymers as the synthetic recognition element and aims to specifically target the dynamic disease of sepsis, aiding in the distribution of pathogen-specific antibiotics as a means to decelerate antibacterial resistance.
|Effective start/end date||1/10/19 → 30/05/25|
- molecularly imprinted polymers
- conductive polymers
- chemical polymerisation
- sodium lactate
- C-reactive protein
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