GE shoots for instrument-free, low-cost molecular Dx
This article was originally published in Clinica
GE Global Research has teamed up with the University of Washington to develop an all-in-one, paper-based molecular diagnostic that would not only detect infectious diseases rapidly, but without the use of an analyzer.
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