Toward Detection of Toxoplasmosis from Urine in Mice Using Hydro-Gel Nanoparticles Concentration and Parallel Reaction Monitoring Mass Spectrometry

Author

Hannah Steinberg

Application Date

2015 Spring

Program

GHEFP

Mentor

Robert Gilman

Country

Peru

Toward Detection of Toxoplasmosis from Urine in Mice Using Hydro-Gel Nanoparticles Concentration and Parallel Reaction Monitoring Mass Spectrometry

Authors: Hannah E. Steinberg, MSPH, Paul Russo, PhD, Noelia Angulo, DVM, Raul Ynocente, BS, Cristina Montoya, BS, Andrea Diestra, BS, Cusi Ferradas, DVM, Francesca Schiaffino, DVM, Edgar Florentini, BS, Juan Jimenez, PhD, Maritza Calderón, PhD, Vern B. Carruthers, PhD, Robert H. Gilman, MD, Lance Liotta, MD/PhD, and Alessandra Luchini, PhD

Publication Year: 2017

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