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NEW YORK (360Dx) – A group of Texas State University (TSU) researchers have developed a rapid, microfluidic-based immunoassay to rapidly detect gastrointestinal infections (GI) in patients.

Partnering with Austin, Texas-based Paratus Dx and its smartphone-based PreparedNow spectrometry platform to further develop and commercialize the assay, the group hopes to diagnose cases in developing nations and areas lacking hospitals and point-of-care (POC) centers.

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