The tests, which cost $3.25 to produce, are allegedly able
to test any positive case. “It uses the dot blot testing technique by
looking for antibodies in the blood that are created in response to the
virus,” said lead scientist Dr. Bijon Jumar Sil.
Sil and his fellow researchers are due to provide the first
batch of 100, 000 tests to the Bangladeshi government by next week.
Some experts have questioned the reliability of the tests. According
to Dr. Kamrul Hasan Khan, a leading Bangladeshi physician, the dot blot testing
kits have not been approved by international organisations which is why they
may not produce accurate results.
“Other countries have also created rapid testing kits, but those have been proven to be unreliable, with error rates of around 30%,” Rahman explained.
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