Scanner May Reshape Malaria Testing

Malaria testing requires expensive equipment and skilled technicians which are often not available in resource-poor settings.

A possible rapid, non-invasive test for malaria infection detects tiny vapour nanobubbles produced by the malaria parasite when it is zapped by a short laser pulse.


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