Automated Underwater Sensing of Nucleic Acids

Automated Underwater Sensing of Nucleic Acids

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Abstract

Automated Underwater Sensing of Nucleic Acids

Rhett Martineau

 

We present a technique for nucleic acids analysis that is currently popular for low-cost biological assays in resource limited settings. The technology—especially with biochemical innovations developed in our laboratory—possesses outstanding potential to successfully cross over into the arena of automated underwater sensing. Our presentation highlights the performance requirements overlap between biomedical sensors for resource-limited settings and those for autonomous underwater sensing, the fundamentals of the technique known as loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP), and a performance comparison of the standard LAMP assay with the ASU assay.

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Rhett Martineau

RhettM@asu.edu

Research Engineer

Center for Biosignatures Discovery Automation

The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University

 

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