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GLIN==> OSU Researcher Invents Technologies to Mass Produce Anti-Toxins and Gauge Infections



 

March 7, 2007

 

From Counter Terrorism to Pathogen Detection

OSU Researcher Invents Technologies to Mass Produce Anti-Toxins and Gauge Infections

 

Ohio Sea Grant researcher Dr. Richard Sayre of Ohio State University has invented two new

technologies—one that will harvest a human antidote to counter bioterrorism and

another that will be used to detect deadly pathogens like salmonella, E. coli, and cholera.

 

To read more about this Sea Grant funded research, go to http://ohioseagrant.osu.edu/_documents/twineline/v29i1.pdf.

 

 

Jill Jentes Banicki

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

The Ohio State University

614.292.8949