Creating Biomedical Technologies to Improve Health


April 14, 2016

Method preserves microfluidic devices for HIV monitoring in developing countries

Researchers have developed a novel method to store microfluidic devices for CD4 T cell testing in extreme weather conditions for up to six months without refrigeration. If produced at a large scale, the device would cost less than $1 compared with the current cost of a CD4 assay which is about $30-$50. Read more at Science Daily.