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NEST360º’s Low-cost Jaundice Detector Passes First Test in Africa

News   Dec 05, 2017 | Original story from Rice University

 
NEST360º’s Low-cost Jaundice Detector Passes First Test in Africa

Rice University students (from left) Mathieu Simeral, Pelham Keahey and Kristofer Schroder helped complete the first clinical study of BiliSpec, a low-cost, battery-powered reader designed to diagnose jaundice by immediately quantifying serum bilirubin levels from a small drop of whole blood. Credit: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University

 
 
 

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