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Nano-Sized Traps Show Promise In Diagnosing Pathogenic Bacterial Infections

News   Jul 31, 2018 | Original story sourced from McGill University

 
Nano-Sized Traps Show Promise In Diagnosing Pathogenic Bacterial Infections

This new type of “lab on a chip” developed by McGill University scientists has the potential to become a clinical tool capable of detecting very small quantities of disease-causing bacteria in just minutes.

 
 
 

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