Microfluidic device can run lab-quality HIV tests in 15 minutes

01/28/2013 | Yahoo

Samuel Sia, an associate professor at Columbia University, has developed a microfluidic device that he says takes only 15 minutes to perform HIV testing using blood from a finger prick. The handheld device, called the mChip, has been tested on site in Rwanda and could provide HIV patients in remote areas with access to laboratory-quality testing services.

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