Team:UMaryland/project/futureapplications

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<p>A microfluidic device would also contain the E.coli preventing them from entering the surrounding environment. Containment would be an obvious concern if a device like this were to ever hit the market. In this solution theoretically one could have pre-labeled E.coli in the machine stored and ready. The end user would simply intake a water sample right from the source, allow it to incubate, and process (sort) it. Collecting the larger fraction and viewing under a microscope would give a quick and easy real time method for detecting Dermo.</p>
<p>A microfluidic device would also contain the E.coli preventing them from entering the surrounding environment. Containment would be an obvious concern if a device like this were to ever hit the market. In this solution theoretically one could have pre-labeled E.coli in the machine stored and ready. The end user would simply intake a water sample right from the source, allow it to incubate, and process (sort) it. Collecting the larger fraction and viewing under a microscope would give a quick and easy real time method for detecting Dermo.</p>
<p>We believe that with the groundwork we have laid this year these future endeavors will be made possible as UMaryland continues to grow and gain expertise.</p>
<p>We believe that with the groundwork we have laid this year these future endeavors will be made possible as UMaryland continues to grow and gain expertise.</p>
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future applications

About Umaryland

UMaryland2014 is University of Maryland, College Parks, inaugural iGEM team. We are a combined effort of several departments and numerous faculty mentors. Although it is only our first year, believe our hard work and dedication has paid off. We can't wait for this years competition! GO TERPS!