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Rapid Diagnostic Test for Ebola Virus - 04 Nov 2014 
Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease.

A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. 
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November 03, 2014 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November... 
MARCOULE, France 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November 3, 2014. Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease. A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY DISASTER) 
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November 03, 2014 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November... 
MARCOULE, France 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November 3, 2014. Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease. A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY DISASTER) 
HEALTH-EBOLA/FRANCE
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November 03, 2014 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November... 
MARCOULE, France 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November 3, 2014. Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease. A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY DISASTER) 
HEALTH-EBOLA/FRANCE
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November 03, 2014 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November... 
MARCOULE, France 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November 3, 2014. Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease. A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY DISASTER) 
HEALTH-EBOLA/FRANCE
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November 03, 2014 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November... 
MARCOULE, France 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule 
A researcher of the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) checks an Ebola diagnostic test in Marcoule, November 3, 2014. Researchers of Life Science Division (DSV) developed a rapid diagnostic test for the Ebola virus, named eZyscreen, used on the field without special equipment, from a drop of blood, plasma or urine and able to give an answer in less than 15 minutes for any patient with symptoms of the disease. A prototype will be available soon to allow clinical validation in the field, before the industrialization phase and production by the French company VEDALAB, European leader of rapid tests. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY DISASTER) 
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