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Superbugs Detected in Urine in a Matter of Minutes

News   Oct 17, 2018 | Original story by Kara Manke, UC Berkeley

 
Urine Point-of-care Test Detects Antibiotic-resistant 'Superbugs'

Tara deBoer holds a well-plate of synthetic urine samples that have been added to the DETECT solution. The solution turns yellow when antibiotic-resistant bacteria are present. Photo credit: Stephen McNally

 
 
 

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