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NEW YORK (360Dx) – A team of researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a compact and portable surveillance device that identifies populations vulnerable to vaccine-preventable diseases in areas that lack a centralized laboratory.

The team applied the digital microfluidics (DMF) platform for the first time outside the laboratory in Kenya in order to detect cases of measles and rubella in refugee populations.

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