Virtual tour: Animal disease and diagnostics laboratory

This virtual tour shows the inside of a new diagnostic facility at Washington State University. The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL) is a leader in the discovery, detection, and prevention of diseases affecting livestock, pets, poultry, and fish in the Pacific Northwest. This role is increasingly important given the ability for animal diseases, like coronaviruses and influenza, to spread to humans. The tour highlights security features and describes the laboratory's workflow.

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