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COVID-19 variants: Will existing rapid antigen tests be able to detect new strains?

Most rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 detect the nucleocapsid protein. Image: Unsplash/Guido Hofmann

Carol Clark

Senior science communicator, Emory University

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