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Learn more about NMT:Non-invasive Micro-test Technology

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This video introduces Non-invasive Micro-test Technology (NMT). It explains how NMT helps scientists reveal the physiological functions linked to the genes and proteins they are studying. It introduces that NMT is able to work with many different kinds of living samples such as single cells, a layer of cells, tissues, organs, and even small organisms. Additionally, it discusses how the development of NMT was inspired by the vibrating probe concept and explains how it differs from this and other technologies. While other technologies provide scientists with overall voltage, impedance, or current information, NMT is able to tell you exactly which ions and/or molecules you are measuring in real time. This provides scientists with the most direct and crucial evidence to the physiological functions​

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