Strategies for Detecting New Viral Threats: How Scientists Detect Viral Pathogens in the Environment

Authors: David A. Larsen, Piyush K. Jain  | Last updated: 30/08/2022


The COVID-19 pandemic took the world by surprise. Now, scientists race to detect newly emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants using various techniques, including molecular sequencing, computational modeling, and even biological waste tracking. 

Infectious disease surveillance is critical for charting the course of the ongoing pandemic and preventing the rise of emerging variants. In this webinar, two experts in the field will discuss viral surveillance efforts for SARS-CoV-2 and how to detect new viral threats

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Key Takeaways

  • COVID-19 surveillance using wastewater
  • Engineered CRISPR/Cas systems as next-generation diagnostics

This Resource is Designed for:

  • Scientists, Lab technicians and Lab manager at Biopharma,/Pharma small Biotech & also large Academic institutions as well as university research centers,  working on solutions for combat the COVID-19 pandemic.and further researches around infectious diseases

Applications Supported:

  • Detection of pathogens in the environment
  • Infectious disease survaillance

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