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Inexpensive TB Test Holds Promise for Low-income Countries

News   Oct 01, 2018 | by Misti Crane for Ohio State University

 
Inexpensive TB Test Holds Promise for Low-income Countries

The test consists of very simple steps that can be performed by non-specialized individuals. Credit: Figure 1, Zhang et al. 2018/ African Journal of Laboratory Medicince, Ohio State University

 
 
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