Trail of bubbles leads scientists to new coronavirus clue

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Trail of bubbles leads scientists to new coronavirus clue

Neurologist Dr. Alexandra Reynolds holds part of a device that tracks blood flow in the brain, at a hospital in New York. Reynolds was checking comatose COVID-19 patients for signs of a stroke when she stumbled onto a new clue about how the coronavirus may harm the lungs – thanks to a test that uses tiny air bubbles and a robot.

Trail of bubbles leads scientists to new coronavirus clue

Neurologist Dr. Alexandra Reynolds holds part of a device that tracks blood flow in the brain, at a hospital in New York. Reynolds was checking comatose COVID-19 patients for signs of a stroke when she stumbled onto a new clue about how the coronavirus may harm the lungs – thanks to a test that uses tiny air bubbles and a robot.
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