Automated Chip Can Quickly Diagnose HIV And TB

Automated Chip Can Quickly Diagnose HIV And TB
Innovation

A new chip developed at UC Berkeley harnesses the power of gravity to detect HIV and TB in minutes.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 23 march 2011

Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley have created a promising device that can potentially give a blood-based diagnosis in minutes and identify diseases such as TB and HIV. Scientists now quickly and easily separate the blood cells so that the diagnosis takes mere minutes as they are dealing working on a such as small scale.

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