Lingwen Zeng

Wuhan Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Lingwen Zeng, received his PhD degree in Genetics from McMaster University, Canada in 1993 and his postdoctoral training from The University of Chicago, USA. He worked in three publicly traded companies (Quest Diagnostics Inc, Scios Inc, and Genetics Computer Group Inc) in USA as a research scientist and a project manager. Currently, he serves as a professor at School of Food Science and Engineering, Foshan University, China, and a principle investigator at Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on exploring novel diagnostic technologies for human diseases, food and environmental safety.

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Chromogenic assays (color detection) result in colored reaction products. By detecting the color change before and after the reaction, substance concentration can be determined by the naked eye, light microscopes, or spectrophotometers. Color detection exhibits great potential in the field of quality monitoring, chemical technology, nanophysics, and clinical medicine, because of its rapid, direct, specific, convenient, and sensitive features. The intention of this book is to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the principles, features, and applications of color detection.

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