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University of Minnesota Launches COVID-19 Antibody Test

April 14, 2020

“What makes this test different is that it was developed here in Minnesota, meaning we aren’t relying on an outside supply chain for kit parts from another part of the world,” said Tim Schacker, MD, vice dean for research at the Medical School. “And, the test has had good results with people who are 10 days out from their symptoms giving positive immune response results.”

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