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Fluctuation-Enhanced SEnsing of Phage-Triggered Ion Cascades, SEPTIC



As quick introduction: feature in The Economist magazine: "Science and Technology: Screening for screams; Bacteriology", The Economist. (London: Apr 16, 2005.Vol.375, Iss. 8422; pg. 81).

First, foundation paper: "Rapid detection and identification of bacteria: SEnsing of Phage-Triggered Ion Cascade (SEPTIC)", Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry 5 (2005) 37.


The first SEPTIC patent shown in PATENTSCOPE.


"Estimation of detection limits of the phage-invasion based identification of bacteria". Fluctuation and Noise Letters, Vol. 5, No. 1 (2005) L105-L108.


"Enhancing the sensitivity of the SEPTIC bacterium detection method...", Fluctuation and Noise Letters, Vol. 5, (No. 2) (2005) L153-L158.


New, improved technology utilizing AC conductance fluctuations and phase-sensitive technology: "Bacteria Identification by Phage Induced Impedance Fluctuation Analysis (BIPIF)",   (US Navy - TAMU patent application submitted 3/2011).




ABC Television News about the old SEPTIC method (2005).



 

 

 

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