Requirements for High Impact Diagnostics in the Developing World

Published in: Nature, v. 444, Suppl. 1, 23 November 2006, p. 73-79

Posted on on January 01, 2006

by Mickey Urdea, Laura A. Penny, Stuart S. Olmsted, Maria Y. Giovanni, Peter Kaspar, Andrew Shepherd, Penny Wilson, Carol A. Dahl, Steven Buchsbaum, Gerry Moeller, et al.

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This paper focuses on the technologies required to meet the global health diagnostics needs presented in the previous papers, highlighting how new diagnostic technologies might have the potential to change medical and public-health scenarios in the developing world.

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