NEW YORK (360Dx) – Researchers at the National University of Singapore have developed a rapid pathogen detection platform that uses microfluidics containing integrated circuits of DNA nanostructures.

Called enzyme-assisted nanocomplexes for visual identification of nucleic acids, or enVision, the system has been shown to be capable of room temperature molecular typing of human papillomavirus from cervical samples, as well as discovering certain infections that can be undetectable by most standard methods.

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