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New Diagnostic Method Makes Testing for Infections Quick and Easy

News   Mar 13, 2018 | Original story from the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

 
New Diagnostic Method Makes Testing for Infections Quick and Easy

Jeroen De Buck, Associate Professor, Bacteriology, in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, and PhD student Marija Drikic have developed a quick and portable way to test humans and animals for different types of chronic and infectious diseases. Credit: Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

 
 
 

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