Eric Brown, Professor, Biochemistry & Biomedical Sciences

McMaster researchers study saliva-based, asymptomatic testing as a route to limit the spread of COVID-19

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Researchers at McMaster University are studying the saliva-based testing procedures that would enable routine testing of asymptomatic individuals on a large scale.

Worldwide, COVID-19 testing has been plagued by shortages of testing kits and materials, as well as a lack of capacity in clinical testing facilities….

https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/mcmaster-researchers-study-saliva-based-asymptomatic-testing-as-a-route-to-limit-the-spread-of-covid-19/

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