The A23Lab in Uppsala will run over 10 000 covid-19 tests daily
Karl Andersson at the Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology - one of EIT Health's parters at Uppsala university – has together with his colleagues Martin and Ola Steinberg decided to open up his lab for Covid-19 testing.
The laboratory, which is called A23Lab, is situated at the Biomedical Centre (BMC) in Uppsala. Normally, this lab only works with tests for prostate cancer in the EIT Health-supported project Stockholm3. (Read more here and here).
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