How the CRISPR-based COVID Microlab Can Intercept the Pandemic

The demand for diagnostic technologies to track COVID-19 infections and control community spread of the disease has only been skyrocketing since the outbreak initiated almost a year ago. Developed by engineers at Stanford University, a new “lab on a chip” COVID test is slated to fill in the gaps left by existing diagnostic protocols.

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