Quantitative reporting of protein amount by a CCTO reporter

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Project Overview

A quantitative reporting of protein level is important in many biomedical applications. A novel short peptide-based reporter, sensitive to the microenvironment, can be used to this end. Binding of the reporter to the target protein results in an increase in light intensity and a shift in the emitted light (i.e. a CCTO sensor), which can be detected by a spectrometer. This semesterís work is to expand upon what we have already accomplished by making software improvements and implementing a new device component that utilizes microfluidics to achieve blood plasma separation.

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Team picture

Team members from left to right: Samantha Bremner, Brendan Drackley, Ryan Sepehr, Mona Omari

Contact Information

Team Members

  • Brendan Drackley - Team Leader
  • Samantha Bremner - Communicator & BSAC
  • Ryan Sepehr - BWIG
  • Mona Omari - BPAG

Advisor and Client

  • Amit Nimunkar - Advisor
  • Dr. Jay Yang - Client
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