Could Yogurt in Diet Help Diagnose Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the Future?
Researchers develop a non-invasive diagnostic that lights up as a biomarker of active diseaseCU Anschutz Today Jun 14, 2021
University of Colorado Department of Medicine and Rice University researchers teamed up on a non-invasive diagnostic that changes color as a biomarker of active inflammatory bowel disease. The engineered strain of the harmless gut bacteria E. coli senses fluctuations in pH levels, changing color as the pH decreases. Read more.