Joining the Fight
Analytical science’s journey towards effective COVID-19 testing and treatment
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
A point-of-care approach
Merlin Breuning (Notre Dame) and Jacqueline Linnes (Purdue) are working with their teams to develop methods for rapidly quantifying the COVID-19 immune response using novel lateral flow assay devices. The proposed devices will give high sensitivity and semiquantitative measurement of antibody levels. Why? To give inexpensive, point-of-care tests that make use of innovative membrane immobilization technology and thin-strip, microfluidic diagnostic devices.
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