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Israel Develops A New Crown Virus Detection Method

wallpapers News 2020-03-24
It is reported that the Israel Institute of Technology said on the 18th that researchers at the school had developed a new test method for the new crown virus that can significantly increase the number of people tested each day. Researchers call this detection method the "combined detection method", which can detect samples from dozens of people at the same time. Currently, Israel uses the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method to discover the new crown virus, which can only detect virus-specific nucleic acid sequences in one subject's sample at a time. Constrained by limited testing capabilities, Israel's new crown virus test currently targets people who have already developed symptoms.
 

The researchers said that the new method could perform a combined test on 32 or 64 "joint samples" of subjects at a time, which can significantly increase the number of people tested. The system can identify individual positive samples in the "joint sample". Only in rare cases, such as when the "joint sample" is positive, Overall, each sample needs to be tested separately, which will significantly improve the detection efficiency. The researchers said the new method could help increase the number of people tested each day to identify those who have not yet shown signs of new coronary pneumonitis. At present, the daily detection capacity of Israel's new crown virus is 2,000. Netanyahu said on the 18th that he has requested to increase the daily detection capacity of the new crown virus to 10,000 times.
 
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