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schintha12 asked on March 09, 2017 01:18
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Which sensor/spectrometer can be used to quantify the blood contents through the skin (non invasive)? I want to compare the level of a protein in healthy and sick individual non-invasively. I was wondering if any kind of spectrometer or sensor can give me a characteristic curve/peak which I can compare without drawing the blood.

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Hi, and welcome to public lab,

There is work being done in academic settings, with Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS), however I do not believe that anybody at Public Lab is working on this.!divAbstract

Good luck!

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