2x Prototype ASEF Systems - (D10): Automated Sample Extraction from Filters

Daniel McCluskey (Designer), Ian Munro (Developer), Ian Johnston (Other), Mark Tracey (Other), Matthew Lodge (Other), Richard Kaye (Other), Richard Baxter (Other)

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Abstract

The Automated Sample Extraction from Filters (ASEF) unit is a prototype automated aerosol sample extraction unit. The application is for the detection and identification of pathogenic micro-organisms (bacteria and viruses) and protein toxins in the environment. The unit is capable of stand-alone operation but is also capable of forming the basis of a modular component suitable for incorporation in an integrated aerosol collection, sample extraction, processing and bio-identification system.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUH MEMS
Publication statusPublished - 11 Mar 2015

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