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Device Could "Hear" Disease By Detecting the Stiffness of the ECM

News   Mar 21, 2020 | Original story from Purdue University

 
Device Could "Hear" Disease By Detecting the Stiffness of the ECM

A device uses sound waves to detect the stiffness of an extracellular matrix, a structural network that contains cells. Changes in the stiffness of this structure can indicate the spread of disease. Credit: Purdue University photo/Kayla Wiles

 
 
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