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- n. The concentration of a trace material prior to an analysis
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The basic principle that makes the system possible, called ion concentration polarization, is a ubiquitous phenomenon that occurs near ion-selective materials (such as Nafion, often used in fuel cells) or electrodes, and this team and other researchers have been applying the phenomenon for other applications such as biomolecule preconcentration.
(In existing tests, preconcentration of the biomarkers is required to improve detection.) "We demonstrated that our device has a potential not only to distinguish lung cancer patients from healthy controls but also to identify different types of primary lung cancer,"
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When you practice it ahead of time, it’s your “preconcentration strategy.”
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