Microchip speeds genetic testing results

Canadian scientists have developed a microchip that could perform genetic tests and provide results in 25 minutes. The device, which features an optical assembly with a laser diode and a camera to accurately examine samples, could help doctors diagnose disease and could assist health care personnel in analyzing the genetic signature of a virus or E. coli, one of the developers said.

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