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Transparent micro capillary resonator for cancer cell identification

Alberto Martín, as part of his PhD thesis, has developed a device that differentiates, in a single step and without markers, tumour cells from healthy cells. The work has been published in ACS sensors and disseminated globally through the CSIC press department. 


Source: https://www.abc.es/salud/enfermedades/abci-microdispositivos-distinguen-celulas-tumorales-sanas-202001281354_noticia.html?ref=http://www.imn.cnm.csic.es/es/prensa/grid

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