Tumor Diagnosis with New Fluorescent Hypoxia Biosensor

Tumor Diagnosis with New Fluorescent Hypoxia Biosensor

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Wavelength Electronics’ LFI3751 temperature controller provided the precision to support a new biosensor developed in Spain and based on the oxygen-dependent degradation domain of HIF-1α. The biosensor provides critical information about the size and location of in vivo tumors, as well as their micro-environment. The LFI maintained the narrow linewidth and stable wavelength necessary for fluorescence spectroscopy with integration times of 0.5 seconds and measurement increments of 1nm.

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