Wearable sweat sensing device may lead to better treatment of IBD

Researchers developed a wearable sweat senser device that may improve treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, according to a presenter at the virtual Crohn’s and Colitis Congress.“CLASP demonstrated on-body continuous monitoring in 20 human subjects with stable response for at least 4 days,” Badrinath Jagannath, MD, from The University of Texas, Dallas, said during his presentation. “[It] established presence of calprotectin in sweat.”CLASP is a wearable sweat senser developed by Jagannath and colleagues with functionalization of specific affinity capture probesRead More

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