Elsayed Elsayed Wagih - Inventions


Wagih has invented two new techniques:The first was named Zymoblot and reported to be the fastest available microtechnique to detect gene expression and/or enzyme activity in any biological specimen and was published in Canadian Journal of Microbiology (1993). 39: 543-547. The second which was given the name “Mirror Image in vivo electroblotting technique” is designed to detect virus particles or any foreign protein (Gene Expression) in any tissues and was published in the Journal of Virological Methods (1994). 48: 145-153.

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