Lab-on-a-Chip From Brigham Young University Sorts Through Virus Specimens at Low Cost  
2/4/2010 7:25:26 AM

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MedGadget -- Researchers at Brigham Young University are reporting the development of a microfluidic device that is able to sort individual virus particles based on size. In addition to potentially being used one day in the clinical setting as a diagnosis modality, this technology should provide researchers with high speed sorting of pathogens for laboratory work.