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Sample detection device

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Abstract

An apparatus (150) comprises a first detection chamber (130) for receiving microorganisms and configured to allow detection of the microorganisms via detection of scattered light from the first detection chamber (130); a medium (120) configured to permit passage of microorganisms from a sample (110) through the medium (120) into the first detection chamber (130); and at least one second detection chamber (140) configured to allow detection of the microorganisms via detection of scattered light from the at least one second detection chamber (140).
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Original languageEnglish
Patent number US 2019 / 0277759 A1
Priority date18/11/16
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2019

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