Optical glucose sensor promising for diabetics and patients in intensive careResearchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, have used a novel optical glucose sensor for continuous monitoring of blood glucose levels in diabetics , and patients may provide the hospital to be developed.
Detection system has two components. : a fluorescent dye and a ‘quencher ‘, which is in response to glucose. In the absence of glucose, binds to the dye and the quencher prevents fluorescence, while the interaction of glucose with the quencher leads to dissociation of the complex and an increase in fluorescence. For further information, please contact Tim Stephens, UCSC Public Information, 831-459-2495.In February recommended that National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence that the medicine for smokers who get free her addiction may be prescribed. However, he said the full adverse events of Champix were not yet known.
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