Spc. Michael Murphy of the U.S. Army Public Health Command prepares a next-generation genetic detection instrument that can analyze a tick or mosquito sample for up to 50 different pathogen targets such as Lyme disease and malaria at once.

USAPHC lab capabilities enhanced to improve health protection

U.S. Army Public Health Command laboratories around the world will soon have additional molecular diagnostic equipment that strengthens their biosurveillance capabilities....READ MORE

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