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The Use of Phages and Aptamers as Alternatives to Antibodies in Medical and Food Diagnostics

By Jaytry Mehta, Bieke Van Dorst, Lisa Devriese, Elsa Rouah-Martin, Karen Bekaert, Klaartje Somers, Veerle Somers, Marie-Louise Scippo, Ronny Blust and Johan Robbens

Submitted: May 5th 2010Published: January 8th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13584

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Jaytry Mehta, Bieke Van Dorst, Lisa Devriese, Elsa Rouah-Martin, Karen Bekaert, Klaartje Somers, Veerle Somers, Marie-Louise Scippo, Ronny Blust and Johan Robbens (January 8th 2011). The Use of Phages and Aptamers as Alternatives to Antibodies in Medical and Food Diagnostics, Biomedical Engineering, Trends, Research and Technologies, Malgorzata Anna Komorowska and Sylwia Olsztynska-Janus, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13584. Available from:

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