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Snifferomyces - Is it the Solution?


This is a very complicated question, to approach this question, first was determined which solutions we will perform study.

  • Tuberculosis Detection
  • Detection of explosives
The tuberculosis detection was the main case study and a lot of wetlab work on this possible methyl nicotinate receptor has been done. The detection of explosives is a application we thought of, inspired by the K-9's detecting explosives.

Is Snifferomyces the solution for tuberculosis detection?

This question is approached on two different ways. A interview with Dr. Rene Lutter and a literature study. For the literature study we subdivided this question into several smaller, more defined questions.
  • What is tuberculosis?
  • What are the present diagnostic tools?
  • Why would our way of diagnosing be better?
  • How does the problem area look like now?