Electrochemical biosensors for cholesterol control
Enzymatic sensor that will provide the user with the levels of total cholesterol in blood, responsible for various syndromes associated to coronary diseases.
Electrochemical biosensors for the diagnosis of celiac disease
Immunological sensor that will provide the user with simultaneous information of the IgG and IgA of the two biomarkers whose monitoring is fundamental for a good diagnosis of this disease since it could differentiate an intolerance to non-celiac gluten from celiac disease (recent studies reveal that in the currently there is a very high percentage of people who are misdiagnosed).
Electrochemical biosensors for the early detection of Pancreatic Cancer
Immunological sensor that will provide the user with accurate information on the levels of a protein that is currently being approved by the scientific community as an accepted biomarker of pancreatic cancer since recent scientific studies reveal that a significant increase in their normal levels discriminates benign diseases of the presence of a tumor in the pancreas in its early stages of formation.
Portable devices to monitor exposures to toxic metals
Sensor that will provide the user with the levels of different metals in blood (Lead, Cadmium, Mercury, etc.). The first to be launched on the market will be a sensor that will inform about the concentration of lead present in blood, by means of a simple puncture on a finger.