Biomonitoring for diabetes research
This technique enables studying insulin-producing beta cells within the living animal non-invasively, longitudinally and at single cell resolution using optical detection.
Beta cells transplanted to the anterior chamber of the eye, serves as a natural body window for detection. In this setting the beta cells display the function they normally have in situ in the pancreas.
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Flow-free delivery in vitro - the ion pump
This system provides accurate flow-free delivery of charged bio-molecules at high spatiotemporal resolution. The device can be configured in multiple geometries including planar micro-fluidic culture dishes to in vivo pipet systems. Specifics;
- Precise electronic control
- Unprecedented control of delivered amount (electronic current ~ delivery rate)
- High spatial and temporal resolution
This is a tool for drug and disease research, biological drug production, and medical device diagnostics and therapeutics. The technology has been developed within the OBOE project
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The Acreo National Testbed, ANT
ANT can be used by a wide spectrum of regional, national and international institutions and companies, working with research and commercialization of products and services for broadband networks, such as applications and devices for eHealth. This includes analysis of user internet traffic patterns and behavior; advanced high-capacity internet services; studies and evaluation of equipment close to the end user (e.g. wireless diagnostic devices) – including telemetry, access and home networks. Always with the end user in focus.
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