By Chemistry World2018-05-15T10:03:00+01:00
An external reader device shines light on the implant through the skin and records how bright it is
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Source: © Royal Society of Chemistry
The implant (pictured) works because its fluorescence under UV light depends on its oxygen concentration
Body implant monitors oxygen levels was originally published in Chemistry World
Mae Geertje yn addysgu myfyrwyr prifysgol ac yn arwain y gwaith o ddatblygu deunyddiau sydd wedi’u creu o facteria.
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