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Origami-inspired paper sensor could test for malaria and HIV for less than a dime.
Washington, Mar 9 ( ANI ): Inspired by the Japanese paper-folding art of origami, chemists have developed a 3-D paper sensor that may be able to test for diseases such as malaria and HIV for less than 10 cents a pop.
Conventional methods can take hours to reveal such contaminants, but the new bioactive paper sensor provides results in minutes.
The NovaJet 850 printing technology delivers eight print heads, MicroBurst(TM) technology, a Dynamic Thermal Drying System(TM), (DTD(TM)), 100base-T connection, and an automatic take-up and paper sensor.
Their research is described in the July 1 issue of Analytical Chemistry, in a paper entitled, "Development of a Bioactive Paper Sensor for Detection of Neurotoxins Using Piezoelectric Inkjet Printing of SolGel-Derived Bioinks" (http://pubs.
The NovaJet 850 printing technology delivers eight print heads, MicroBurst(TM) technology, a Dynamic Thermal Drying System(TM), (DTD(TM)), 100base-T connection, and auto take-up and paper sensor.
2 ounces and includes carrying case Mechanical paper sensor - delivers reliable and effective card scanning Connects and powers off USB port - no external power adapter required and no "warm-up" wait time to scan (USB 1.
The Kodak i280 scanner relies on both a paper sensor and a 7,000-site image sensor to capture highly accurate digital documents, from mixed batches or irregular-sized paper, stock certificates, and even circular oil well logs and charts.