Researchers isolate DNA and RNA with new 'dipstick technology' that may allow medical lab testing in extremely remote locations such as jungles
from Dark Daily
Australian researchers at the University of Queensland have developed an intriguing “dipstick” technology that might make it possible to use simple equipment to sequence DNA and RNA in the field. Among the potential applications that will interest clinical laboratory professionals is the ability for this technology to identify pathogens, both in humans and the environment.
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