Novel nanotech enables earlier diagnosis, treatment of Zika virus

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Researchers from Washington University have developed a novel diagnostic test that uses nanotech to rapidly detect the presence of Zika virus in blood samples.

The team’s system, which was described in the journal Advanced Biosystems, could enable earlier diagnosis and treatment for people infected with Zika virus compared to traditional diagnostic methods.

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