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on September 6, 2018

Nanotubes trap avian flu viruses for early detection

Nanotechnology for early detection of avian influenza may soon move from the research lab to commercial poultry applications.

Nanotechnology acts as a filter to trap avian influenza viruses for quick identification without dependence on antibodies. Dr. Mauricio Terrones, distinguished professor of physics, chemistry, materials science and engineering at Penn State University, will present this nanotechnology at the Poultry Tech Summit in Atlanta, November 5-7, 2018.

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