Project uses bacteria to detect glucose

01/2/2012 | Yahoo!

Students at the Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a biological system that employs particles of DNA-embedded bacteria to spot glucose. The bacteria emit a glow in the presence of glucose and the technique could be used to develop a color-coded test strip to improve blood glucose monitoring in patients with diabetes.

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