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Tiny ‘speed bumps’ detect cancer cells

A device with built-in “speed bumps” could be used to detect cancerous cells in blood samples or to sort microscopic particles for various industrial purposes, its developers say.

“The ultimate goal is to develop a simple device that can be used in routine checkups by health care providers,” says Johns Hopkins University researcher Jorge A. Bernate.

Full story at Futurity.

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