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Press Release 06-161
"LouseBuster" Instrument Shown to Kill Head Lice

Biologists invent chemical-free device to treat common ailment

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An image taken through a microscope shows a head louse up close and personal.

An image taken through a microscope shows a head louse up close and personal.

Credit: Vincent S. Smith, Natural History Museum, London


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Biologist Dale Clayton demonstrates the LouseBuster.

Biologist Dale Clayton demonstrates the LouseBuster.

Credit: Sarah Bush, University of Utah


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The LouseBuster is a prototype instrument developed by NSF-funded biologists.

The LouseBuster is a prototype instrument developed by NSF-funded biologists.

Credit: Sarah Bush, University of Utah


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