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Home > News > CSIO develops nanotechnology for TB diagnosis kit

January 2nd, 2004

CSIO develops nanotechnology for TB diagnosis kit

Abstract:
Diagnosing tuberculosis (TB) with the help of an instrument of the size of a ludo dice is not a mere dream. The central scientific instruments organisation (CSIO) has finalised the theoretical simulation and design parameters of a micro-diagnostic kit based on nanotechnology, the future of the humankind. “We have been working on the project for a year now. The prototype should be ready by the end of this year. We are the only institution in India working on micro-diagnostic kits based on nanotechnology.

Source:
The Times of India

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