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Liquid Biopsy Chip Isolates CTCs With High Purity

News   Aug 02, 2019 | Original story from Worcester Polytechnic Institute

 
Liquid Biopsy Chip Isolates CTCs With High Purity

A circulating cancer cell (pink) attaches to carbon nanotube surface; white blood cells (blue) do not adhere and are later washed away. Credit: Curtis Sayers

 
 
 

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