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Ian Lipkin, a virus hunter from Columbia University, along with fellow professors Thomas Briese and Amit Kapoor have designed a new system, known as VirCapSeq-VERT, that they claim can detect any known human virus in a blood sample.
Scientists have managed to use a simple smartphone to test for blood parasites; the device and app was successful in small trials in Cameroon.
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