Researchers develop cost-effective blood analyzer

03/1/2010 | Softpedia (Romania)

Harvard researchers are working on a paper lab-on-a-chip that can function as a cost-effective blood analyzer and can be used in developing areas to detect various diseases, including HIV, malaria and hepatitis. A prototype has already been developed and batches of the new device could be available in a year, the lead researcher said.

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