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Digital microfluidics uses electrical signals to control tiny fluid droplets on a microscale. This precision enables complex lab processes on a single chip, enhancing diagnostics and chemical analysis, and advancing lab-on-a-chip technology.
A subset of Cas proteins displays 'collateral cleavage properties.' This occurs when an enzyme, guided by gRNA, binds to its target and not only cleaves that target but also other nearby nucleic acids. This process leads to a substantial signal amplification, providing a significant benefit for molecular diagnostics.
Protein engineering in molecular diagnostics involves customizing proteins to enhance diagnostic tests. By modifying protein structures, sensitivity and specificity of assays are improved, enabling more accurate disease detection. This approach is pivotal in developing advanced, reliable diagnostic tools.