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<p>From Fig.1 we can see that the detector can easily distinguish the GFP producing culture from below 1/10 dilutions. Thus we continued on and improved the design by soldering some of the circuit and making it more compact. Then we made more test with the Sender and Receiver bacteria.</p>
<p>From Fig.1 we can see that the detector can easily distinguish the GFP producing culture from below 1/10 dilutions. Thus we continued on and improved the design by soldering some of the circuit and making it more compact. Then we made more test with the Sender and Receiver bacteria.</p>
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<p>Fig.2 Detector response to Sender and Receiver cultures</p>
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Detector Test Data


The initial concept of the fluorescence detector device had a very rough design. Thus it was built from bits and pieces in order to do a preliminary test and verify its viability.

The preliminary data from the tests showed that the detector was able to differentiate between GFP producing and non-producing bacteria.

Fig.1 Series dilutions to estimate detector sensitivity

From Fig.1 we can see that the detector can easily distinguish the GFP producing culture from below 1/10 dilutions. Thus we continued on and improved the design by soldering some of the circuit and making it more compact. Then we made more test with the Sender and Receiver bacteria.

Fig.2 Detector response to Sender and Receiver cultures