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Detecting Small Amounts of Virus in Early Infections

News   Sep 02, 2020 | Original story from the American Institute of Physics

 
Detecting Small Amounts of Virus in Early Infections

High-pressure pre-concentration devices for increasing the potency of biofluid samples to be used with point-of-care assays for detection of pathogens, such as flu or coronavirus. Credit: Amy Drexelius

 
 
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