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Chemel AB SIRE Biosensor.

The SIRE[R] technology represents a unique class of biosensors, i.e. sensors based on injection of the recognition element. The technology is based on award-winning and patented (SE 9500020-4, US 860117 and US 6706160 B2) research by Dr. Dario Kriz. According to the company, the biosensors are easy to operate; flexible; feature easy sample preparation and rapid analysis; and are cost-effective. The SIRE[R] Biosensor is an enzymatic/amperometric biosensor, i.e. an enzyme works as the recognition element or reagent and an amperometric transducer device relays the signals from the enzymatic reactions to the microprocessor unit. Uniquely, the enzyme is not immobilized in conjunction to the probe but is kept soluble and injected in the buffer flow when a measurement is conducted. Contact: Chemel AB by email: info@chemel.com.

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