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NEW YORK – UK researchers said they have used a virus to infiltrate bacteria in white blood cells and boost the sensitivity of a proof-of-concept test used to detect tuberculosis DNA.

The researchers conducted the study at the National Institute for Health Research, Leicester Biomedical Research Centre, and the University of Nottingham's School of Biosciences, and published their results recently in Clinical Infectious Diseases.

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