Leprosy is still a major problem for many developing countries and Indonesia is one of the largest countries with reported and active cases of leprosy to date.
Conventionally, clinical and microbiological examination is used as a primary method of diagnosis. But the advanced technology in science has been able to provide an insight to this disease from a secondary point of view through serological test and employing biomolecular techniques, which clinicians often use as a supplementary information to support leprosy diagnosis.
Our laboratory is equipped with the necessary instruments to perform serological and biomolecular diagnostic tests at an affordable cost. Our professional laboratory members and technicians has been working in leprosy research for over 15 years with their exceptional knowledge and field experience both on national and international level.