Efficient Separation and Quantitative Analysis of Coronary Artery Disease Biomarkers
- Efficient Separation and Quantitative Analysis of Coronary Artery Disease Biomarkers
- 박호영; 최종훈; 이관희
- Magnetic Bead; Coronary Artery Disease; C-reactive Protein
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- Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
- Coronary artery disease (CAD) stands atop the causes of mortality throughout the world1. Mainly responsible for its notoriety is its difficult diagnosis, as arterial plaque responsible for CAD develops over a time frame of decades before other symptoms are manifested. Such diagnostic struggles consequently lead to arterial plaque rupture. Due to the rapid degeneration of CAD patients post-rupture, it is crucial that the detection of pre-rupture CAD biomarkers be sensitive enough to detect trace amounts, and be specific enough to isolate them from other undesired markers. We hypothesize that superparamagnetic colloidal-crystallized magnetic nanoparticles (CCNPs) with good water dispersity can be used to detect and separate C-reactive protein (CRP) and sCD40L, CAD biomarkers.
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