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Human Practice

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 our 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 a diagnostic tool based on our principle contribute?
  • How does the problem area look like now?

Is Snifferomyces the solution for explosive detection?

Please click on the photo's to see the whole study

Military Police Implementation Study Interview with Doctor