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Nowhere to Hide: Illuminating Elusive Cancer Stem Cells

News   Aug 02, 2018 | Original story by Liz Ahlberg Touchstone

 
Molecular Probe Illuminates Elusive Cancer Stem Cells in Live Mice

Cancer stem cells can be difficult to distinguish from standard tumor cells with conventional imaging, but the AlDeSense marker makes the cancer stem cells light up with fluorescence. Credit: Chelsea Anorma

 
 
 

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