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Rapid and Economical Method of Measuring Quantity or Activity of Enzymes

ID: 2019-016 A rapid, portable, and economic alternative to existing measurement methods for the activity or quantity of enzymes, enzyme inhibitors, or transcription- and translation-dependent biomolecules.


Principal Investigator: Brad Bundy

Conventional measurement methods for the activity or quantity of enzymes and associated biomolecules tend to be expensive, are confined to a laboratory and require many hors and large sample volumes to execute. This technology addresses all these challenges and can also be integrated with a computer program.

About the Market:
Examples of applications include: a rapid method for quantifying serum glutamine levels in patients with anorexia nervosa, a rapid method for quantifying serum asparaginase levels in patients undergoing leukemia chemotherapy.

For more information, contact Mike Alder (801-422-3049)

Links and Resources

  1. One Page Summary PDF
  2. Inventor Webpage - Bradley Bundy
  3. Bundy Biotech Lab Webpage
  4. https://youtu.be/3oMgzXSau0k