Commercial, Academic Researchers Race To Develop Zika Tests
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Academic researchers supported by National Institutes of Health grants and several commercial diagnostic firms say they have already developed, or have almost completed work on, new Zika virus diagnostics. Meanwhile, congressional leaders are pressing HHS to expedite response efforts.
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