In vulnerable areas around the world, you may well find that portable centers will have been set up as a matter of urgency and managed with extreme caution. These are the least developed areas of the world that could be inflicted with a sudden virus attack. The disease and the symptoms associated with it may be well-known to the scientists by now. What is left to be done now is for the microarray service providers to take over part of the emergency response work. But what will they be doing?
The microarray is a series of processes that test the status of microbiological activity within and outside of the human body, but more so within the body. The microarray can also be used to test for viruses and diseases within animals. But to all intents and purposes, and particularly in developed urban areas around the world, the microarray service providers are providing specialist medical practitioners with the tools required to determine whether any airborne viruses or bacteria have entered a patient’s body and whether or not it could be harmful to the patient.
You can rest assured that bacteria and viruses are airborne right now. There are just so many. But fortunately, many of them pose no threat to the human body. That’s thanks mostly to the human body’s efficiently running immune system, assuming that the body is enjoying generally good health. But if not, as in the case of influenza or sudden allergic attacks, then the body becomes vulnerable, not just to what it is specifically allergic to but to all else that it is exposed to. The microarray testing center is probably one of a few nerve centers in the urban city environment, helping to prevent microbiological disasters.