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Nanoparticles offer hope for TB detection

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Combining magnetic nanoparticles, microfluidics and nuclear magnetic resonance could transform the way tuberculosis and other diseases are diagnosed.

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  1. Ai Lin Chun is an Associate Editor for Nature Nanotechnology.

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