The new platform—which can automatically detect motile parasites in bodily fluids and analyze more than three milliliters of a bodily fluid sample in 20 minutes—provides images clearer than those from traditional optical microscopy, according to research published online Dec. 12 in the journal Light: Science & Applications.
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