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Real Time PCR
Real Time PCR
Lateral flow
Lateral flow
Surface Resonance Plasmon (SPR)
Surface Resonance Plasmon (SPR)
Microscopio epifluorescencia
Microscopio epifluorescencia
Competitive plastic sensors for products and processes in different sectors. NOVOSENS
Development of an electrochemical biosensor for detecting an organophosphate pesticide in water, as a low-cost and alternative solution to presently existing analysis techniques. GAIKER’s activity focuses on evaluating strategies to immobilise enzymes on the sensor surface of the biosensor.
2010-2012
ETORGAI Project
Funded by the Basque Government
Subject: Environmental biodetection
Leader: RIBATE
Strategic investigation and technological development in molecular image and biofunctional nanoparticles for marking cells and sensors. BIOMAGUNE
Detection of pathogenic microorganisms for food control by developing aptamers to combat the Shiga-like toxin of Escherichia coli.
2009-2011
ETORTEK Project
Funded by the Basque Government
Subject: Biofunctionalisation of nanoparticles for application to biosensors
Leader: CIC Biomagune
Development of biological recognition elements with an integrated signal for biodetection systems. Aptamers. APTADREAMS
To develop biological recognition elements with an integrated signal for biodetection and biodiagnostic systems.
2009-2010
ETORTEK Project
Funded by the Basque Government
Subject: design and immobilisation of biorecognition elements.
Leader: CIC BiomaGUNE
Laboratory Skin Patches and SmartCards based on foils and compatible with a smartphone. LABONFOIL
The goal is to develop cheap lab-on-a-chip devices without compromising the response time, sensitivity or ease-of-use. The user will obtain the results using a smartphone. The project will be validated using various applications: environment, agrifood sector and health.
2008-2012
7FP European Project
Subject: miniaturised detection systems. Biosensor
Leader: Ikerlan.
Labonfoil
Development of biosensors for the detection of pathogens based on molecular and immunochemical techniques. PATSENS
To develop sensitive mobile biosensors for detecting specific pathogens based on different methodologies.
2008-2011
Exceptional Strategic Project
Funded by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund and the Ministry of Science and Innovation
Subject: miniaturised detection systems. Biosensor.
Leader: GAIKER-IK4
Portable automated test for fast detection and surveillance of influenza. PORTFASTLU
The aim of this project is to develop and validate a fast diagnostic test for influenza (flu) virus. This test will enable fast and specific infection detection using a portable and compact analytical instrument.
2008-2010
7FP European Project
Subject: miniaturised detection systems. Biosensor.
Leader: Genewave SAS (FR).
Portflastlu
To develop a device for the diagnosis of eye inflammation
A project involving the development of antibodies to detect inflammation markers in tears. A monospecific monoclonal antibody has been developed.
2007-2010
Private funding from client
Subject: design and immobilisation of biorecognition elements
Mass produced optical diagnostic labcards based on micro and nano SU8 layers. OPTOLABCARD
This project has resulted in the development of a fast, highly sensitive and cheap diagnostic device (lab-on-a-card type) which brings together technological advances in optoelectronics, microfluidics and biology and is able to detect the presence of pathogenic microorganisms (Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter spp.) in biological samples (clinical samples and chickens, respectively) in situ within 25 minutes.
2005-2008
6FP European Project
Funded by European Commission
Subject: miniaturised detection systems. Biosensor
Leader: IK4-Ikerlan
optolabcard

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