Biosensor & Cancer Self-Diagnostic Device
Biosensor - Electrochemical diagnostic device for detecting pathogenic bacteria that have entered a biogenic substance and a human bodyStarting with the Glucose Sensor invented by Professor Leland C. Clark Jr. in the US in 1962, biosensor technology has begun to develop. It is the device that transfers the results of the reaction between a target substance and a receptor to the signal conditioner. Through the results indicated by the signal conditioner, it determines the existence or extent of the target substance.
CUBEBIO’s Cancer Self-Diagnostic Device based on electrochemical analysisCancer self-diagnostic device measures and analyzes metabolites excreted in urine, in other words the infinitesimal metabolite that is the cancer marker, in pico (1 / 1,000,000,000,000, one trillionth) by using an inexpensive, disposable biosensor. Then it differentiates between the existence and non-existence of cancer.