A chip that produces three-dimensional focusing of a cell stream paves the way for inexpensive, portable devices that can quickly screen for diseases such as leukemia or HIV.
“Current machines are very expensive costing $100,000,” says Penn State researcher Tony Jun Huang. “Using our innovations, we can develop a small one that could cost about $1,000.”
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