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Point-of-care Technologies For Molecular Diagnostics Using A Drop Of Blood.

Y. Song, Yu-Yen Huang, X. Liu, X. Zhang, M. Ferrari, Lidong Qin
Published 2014 · Computer Science, Medicine

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Molecular diagnostics is crucial for prevention, identification, and treatment of disease. Traditional technologies for molecular diagnostics using blood are limited to laboratory use because they rely on sample purification and sophisticated instruments, are labor and time intensive, expensive, and require highly trained operators. This review discusses the frontiers of point-of-care (POC) diagnostic technologies using a drop of blood obtained from a finger prick. These technologies, including emerging biotechnologies, nanotechnologies, and microfluidics, hold the potential for rapid, accurate, and inexpensive disease diagnostics.
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