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Using Tattoo Ink To Detect Cancer Cells

News   Sep 03, 2020 | Original story from USC Viterbi

 
Using Tattoo Ink To Detect Cancer Cells

A tattoo ink color palette. Each color carries a unique spectral fingerprint that we can use as an imaging barcode to better identify and detect tumors. Tattoo and design created by Adam Sky. Credit: Tattoo and Design by Adam Sky, image courtesy of the Zavaleta Lab at USC

 
 
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