Clemson University

Grantee Website Clemson, South Carolina, United States
Purpose
to develop and test an electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) sensor that uses radio-frequency interference to boost its sensitivity for the detection of malaria pigment in a single red or white blood cell.
Division
Global Health
Year Awarded
2012
Region Served
GLOBAL
Committed Amount
$100,000
Grant Topic
Discovery and Translational Sciences
Duration (Months)
24
Grantee Location
Clemson, South Carolina, United States

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