NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In low-resource settings with poor infrastructure, setting up and staffing remote lab sites during an infectious disease outbreak is a huge challenge.

Researchers have long sought ways to deliver molecular diagnostic testing capabilities to far-flung areas. Now, scientists at Texas A&M University have developed an inexpensive way to perform rapid molecular testing using quadcopter drones and a rapid PCR-based system.

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