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Reversible Protein Carbonylation In-Vivo Biosensor

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We show preliminary results of an optical fiber based reversible in-vivo biosensor for understanding redox balance within living systems. The biosensor measured protein carbonyls (oxygen metabolism marker) in pig-skin, live mouse, and wheat plant.

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