S. Korean Researchers Develop Protein Chip For Diagnosing Allergies
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
South Korean scientists say they have developed a protein-based diagnostic to identify about 60 allergies at a time from a single drop of blood. Researchers from LG Life Science and Yonsei University said they developed a chip and decoding device to diagnose the allergies. Among the allergies are types specific to Japanese and to Koreans. The minute amount of blood needed for testing suggests even children could be comfortable taking the test. (Click here for more
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