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3D-printed Device Finds "Needle in a Haystack" Cancer Cells by Removing the Hay

News   Oct 30, 2019 | Original story from Georgia Tech

 
3D-printed Device Finds "Needle in a Haystack" Cancer Cells by Removing the Hay

A 3D-printed cell trap developed in the laboratory of Georgia Tech Assistant Professor A. Fatih Sarioglu captures blood cells to isolate tumor cells from a blood sample. Credit: Allison Carter, Georgia Tech

 
 
 

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