Device extracts DNA from human fluid

07/10/2009 | MIT Technology Review

Scientists at Boston University have developed a handheld device that uses a polymer-lined straw to draw out DNA from blood and other human fluids for use in diagnosing bacteria, viruses and genetic disorders. Called the System for Nucleic Acid Preparation, the technology can be used in rural areas since it does not require electricity, an expert said.

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