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Rapid Blood Test Identifies COVID-19 Patients at High Risk of Severe Disease

News   Jan 18, 2021 | Original story from Washington University School of Medicine

 
Rapid Blood Test Identifies COVID-19 Patients at High Risk of Severe Disease

Pictured are damaged mitochondria (dark grey areas) released from human lungs. The small dark dots surrounding the mitochondria are magnetic beads that carry antibodies used to isolate and study unhealthy mitochondria that have been released from dying tissues. Credit: Wandy Beatty

 
 
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