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Optical Immunosensing Systems — Are They Meeting Market Needs?

G. A. Robinson
Published 1993 · Chemistry

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Abstract Optical immunosensing systems have become a commercial reality during the past three years, directed towards specific applications. All the technical challenges to allow quantitative immunosensors for decentralised testing have now been overcome and such devices should become a commercial reality during the 1990s.
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