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Biosorbent paper strips comprising immobilized bacteriophage tail spike proteins as rapid test for detection of salmonella typhi contamination in drinking water

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Stage 1 : Ideation

Registered in Canada.

Focus Areas:

Health and Human Centered Design

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United States, Kenya and Canada

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Innovation Description

We aim to develop a paper-based test that takes advantage of the specificity of phage tail spike proteins in detecting bacteria by using them to separate, concentrate and detect the bacteria that causes typhoid fever: Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi.

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Kenya
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