Description:  These liquid crystal panels remain blank until they come into contact witha specific protein, which causes them to become iridescent. The panels could be used as medical and environmental monitors.
Source:  University of Wisconsin
Story:  Liquid crystal IDs pathogens
TRN August 25/September 1, 2004
TRN Categories:  Biotechnology; Materials Science and Engineering
Form:  Still

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