NEW YORK (360Dx) – University of Washington researchers have developed a microfluidic-based method for detecting hemoglobin in whole blood.

The technique, which they described in a paper published this week in AIP Advances could enable low-cost point-of-care testing for anemia and prove particularly useful in resource-limited settings, said Nikita Taparia, first author on the study and a graduate student in the lab of University of Washington researcher Nathan Sniadecki.

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