Researchers at Berkeley Lab led by Hoi-Ying Holman have developed technologies for measurement, visualization, and analysis of chemical dynamics in living cells or tissues for diagnostic pathology. Devices can be open- or closed-channel microfluidic membrane devices for long-term IR spectroscopy of live adherent cells and ultimately for rapidly identifying time-dependent spectral features indicative of chemical abnormality in individual cells.
For details, see the published US Patent Application 15/766,594 (Publication 2018/0299374).
STATUS: Published US Patent Application 15/766,594 (Publication 2018/0299374). Available for licensing or collaborative research.