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These are methods for detecting pathogen exposure before symptoms become apparent. This detection could lead to earlier patient care and increase the probability of a positive prognosis. These methods may help to reduce transmission during infectious disease outbreaks by enabling monitoring patient exposure without patient isolation or contact tracing. They may also have applications in the clinical setting, helping to treat post-operative or critical care patients well before they present with symptoms such as viremia, bacteremia, or sepsis.