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Gassensorkapsel als neuartiges Diagnose-Tool


Professor Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh and his colleagues from RMIT University, Australia have invented „human gas sensor capsules“ for clinical diagnostics and the assessment of food effect on individuals. This invention presents the worlds first medical device for direct and non-invasive profiling the gases of the gut.

This technology can be a critical diagnostic tool as these gases are biomarkers for assessing the state of health of the human gastrointestinal tract. The gas sensor capsule is a disruptive technology, which has been independently assessed to have a very significant market value.

Prof. Kourosh, Kalantar-zadeh; Nam, Ha; Dr. Jian Zhen, Ou,

Dr. Kyle, Berean (RMIT University, Melbourne)