The Research Team Says It Can Help The Robot Team Perform 3000 COVID-19 Tests Daily To Speed Up The Virus Testing Process

The laboratory uses a team of robots to transfer and analyze samples. The researcher’s team says the lab will increase its size to 1,000 tests per day. Tests can be conducted at speeds of up to 3000 per hour within 24 hours. Automated laboratories help with rapid testing and efficacy. The robotics team helps researchers accelerate the analysis of COVID-19 samples.

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This robot was developed by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and the UCSF Institute for Innovative Genomics (IGI), and the robot is being used in a new laboratory to automate almost all testing processes.

Another robot is known as a quantitative polymerase chain reaction or qPCR test because it takes patient samples from the laboratory and transports them to the well plate, as shown in the California Daily. ,

The robotics team helps researchers accelerate the analysis of COVID-19 samples.

This robot was developed by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and the UCSF Institute for Innovative Genomics (IGI), and the robot is being used in a new laboratory to automate almost all testing processes.

As per the California Daily, the robot takes a sick sample safely from the lab as well as transfers it from a well to a tablet, while one more robot is termed as a quantitative polymerase chain reaction or qPCR test.

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With the development of the system, it is anticipated that it will reach 1000 samples daily with a great productivity of 3000 samples. According to researchers, laboratories can analyze and create samples in less than 24 hours.

The researchers have reportedly adapted the technology and machinery used in other types of genetic testing, in the hope of developing FDA-compliant devices that speed up the test and reduce the risk of human errors.

“The UC Berkeley team is working to solve this important public health problem by creating a laboratory that directly impacts society while also providing data to help understand the spread of SARS 2. Jennifer Doudna, professor of molecular and general manager of cell biology, chemistry, and IGI, said.

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