Environmental enteric dysfunction (EED) is associated with serious risks for children in low-resource settings. We currently need a tool to quantitate EED biomarkers to increase the efficiency of EED screening before clinical trial enrollment. This study worked to develop an assay to detect and quantify EED biomarkers in human specimens
Author(s): Arndt M, Cantera J, Choy R, Tyler A, Lyman C, Boyle D
Corporate author(s): PATH, University of Washington, Quansys Biosciences
Publication date: November 2017
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