OPEN Nanomedicine (London, England) | 28 Jul 2016
FA Alatraktchi, HK Johansen, S Molin and WE Svendsen
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a pathogen that is prevalent in serious infections in compromised patients worldwide. A unique virulence factor of this bacterium is the redox-active molecule pyocyanin, which is a potential biomarker for the identification of P. aeruginosa infections. Here we report a direct, selective and rapid detection technique of pyocyanin.
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