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World's first blood incubator discovered by scientists

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 24-09-2019
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The study was led by Dr Clare Manderson from the Bioresource Processing Institute of Australia (BioPRIA), located within the Department of Chemical Engineering at Monash University, in conjunction with blood diagnostics manufacturer Haemokinesis.

"Laser incubation can be extremely valuable when time and accuracy are vital, especially in critical and emergency settings - like mass trauma where pre-transfusion testing needs to be performed quickly in order to save lives," Dr Manderson said.

"We show that red blood cells act as photothermal agents under near-infrared laser incubation, triggering rapid antigen-antibody binding with no significant damage to the cells or antibodies for up to 15 minutes."

This study demonstrates laser-incubated immunohaematological testing to be both faster and more sensitive than current best practice, with clearly positive results seen from incubations of just 40 seconds.
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