Faster Fibrosis Diagnosis
A method for the rapid detection of serum biomarkers in liver disease
William Aryitey |
“Will Peveler wanted to visit my lab to learn about array-based sensing. In the meantime, he started working in William Rosenberg’s lab, where he learned about unmet needs in terms of liver disease diagnostics, in particular the lack of point of care (POC) tools,” says Vincent Rotello, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Massachusetts. The unmet need – and the high mortality rate associated with liver diseases – inspired a collaborative effort from the UK and US to develop a rapid diagnostic technique for fibrosis (1).
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