Researchers Look To New Methods To Create Cheaper, Easier Coronavirus Testing Several new types of tests for coronavirus infection are being developed. One uses the revolutionary gene-editing tool called CRISPR; another measures responses from cells in saliva.
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Researchers Look To New Methods To Create Cheaper, Easier Coronavirus Testing

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Researchers Look To New Methods To Create Cheaper, Easier Coronavirus Testing

Researchers Look To New Methods To Create Cheaper, Easier Coronavirus Testing

Researchers Look To New Methods To Create Cheaper, Easier Coronavirus Testing

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Several new types of tests for coronavirus infection are being developed. One uses the revolutionary gene-editing tool called CRISPR; another measures responses from cells in saliva.