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New Rapid DNA Test to Diagnose Chlamydia Infection in Koalas

News   Aug 21, 2019 | Original story from QUT

 
New Rapid DNA Test to Diagnose Chlamydia Infection in Koalas

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital senior vet Michael Pyne prepares samples to run the newly developed LAMP DNA test to check if a koala brought to the hospital is infected with chlamydia. Credit: QUT

 
 
 

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