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Scientists at the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Engineering have developed a new microfluidic device that separates circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from a sample of whole blood. CTCs break away from cancerous tumors and flow through the bloodstream, potentially leading to new metastatic tumors. The isolation of CTCs from the blood provides a minimally […]
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