Scientists’ new sensor may dramatically cut down time it takes to detect E. coli

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UPI) — Traditional lab tests for the Escherichia coli bacteria can take 24 hours or longer — delaying the time to prevent infections in contaminated food, water or other environment — but researchers in Canada have created a device to speed up that process considerably. Scientists at the University of Quebec and the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur created a device that can test for E.


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