2011

Pathogen Inactivation Technologies

Although there are highly sensitive methods for pathogen detection in donor blood, the risk of infection via transfusion remains. A customer seeks methods to inactivate all known and unknown blood-borne pathogens in blood products, especially where those technologies can be used for whole blood or red blood cells. A pathogen agent should be able to inactivate multiple infection-agent forms, and a proposed solution must work on all three blood components: red blood cells, plasma, and platelets.

Respond to this TechNeed at:
www.techbriefs.com/tn/201111c.html
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: 781-972-0600


White Papers

Lubricant Selection: What Every Design Engineer Needs to Know
Sponsored by Magnalube
3D Printing with FDM: How it Works
Sponsored by Stratasys
Bridging the Armament Test Gap
Sponsored by Marvin Test Solutions
Maintenance Free Linear Guides
Sponsored by IKO
Performance Characteristics of Digital Frequency Discriminators
Sponsored by Wide Band Systems
VINCENT Systems Prosthetics Give Patients A New Feel For Life
Sponsored by HP

White Papers Sponsored By: