Electrochemical Detection Device for COVID-19 in Saliva

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2020-STAN-69018
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a wireless biosensor that contains DNA primers for nCOVID-19 in order to rapidly and non-invasively test for the virus in patient saliva. Current technology for nCOVID-19 testing is often invasive, is not efficient, or involves testing for antibody activity rather than viral strands. The platform created by Purdue researchers features an inkjet-printed gold electrode that allows for communication with a software application so that electronic readout can be conducted on-site. The electrochemical device has been evaluated in-lab at Purdue University with a library of nCOVID-19 DNA primers to achieve distinction between nCOVID-19, the flu, and other viruses for enhanced detection.

Advantages:

-Rapid -On-site
-Accurate
-Wireless

Potential Applications:
-Biomedical
-Sensors
Mar 27, 2020
Provisional-Patent
United States
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