PhD defence

Receptomics, design of a microfluidic receptor screening technology

PhD candidate M (Margriet) Roelse MSc
Promotor prof.dr. RD (Robert) Hall
prof.dr. RF (Renger) Witkamp
Co-promotor dr.ir. MA (Maarten) Jongsma
Organisation Wageningen University, Wageningen Plant Research
Date

Tue 29 October 2019 16:00 to 17:30

Venue Auditorium, building number 362
Generaal Foulkesweg 1
362
6703 BG Wageningen
0317-483592

What if we could measure flavour or scent with a chip? Our experts developed a microfluidic technique called receptomics. This technique measures the response of many different receptor proteins to series of extracts or pure substances in a flow cell, and predicts responses in the human body, thus reducing the need for test panels or animal experiments. The receptomics technique may also be useful for the development of personalised food and medication.

More information about this PhD project can be found on this page.

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