Special Report: Secret Chinese Biolab in China

The discovery of a black market Chinese biolab in California reveals a complex network of shell companies and regulatory loopholes, The Epoch Times reported.  The […]

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Photo: CHENGDU, Feb. 24, 2020 -- A staff processes nucleic acid test chip at the plant of a Chengdu-based biotech company in southwest China's Sichuan Province, Feb. 24, 2020. A newly developed nucleic acid test chip that can detect and distinguish six respiratory viruses, including the novel coronavirus, has been approved by China's National Medical Products Administration. The virus chip was the result of joint work of experts from prestigious West China Hospital affiliated to Sichuan University, Tsinghua University in Beijing and a Chengdu-based biotech company. It was designed and developed under the guidance of renowned Chinese respiratory specialist Zhong Nanshan and epidemiologist Li Lanjuan. The two academicians with the Chinese Academy of Engineering are also members of a national expert team set up for the control and prevention of the novel coronavirus epidemic.(Photo by Liu Kun/Xinhua via Getty Images)