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Detection and Isolation of Circulating Melanoma Cells using Photoacoustic Flowmetry

DOI :

10.3791/3559-v

9:52 min

November 25th, 2011

November 25th, 2011

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1Biological Engineering, Christopher S. Bond Life Sciences Center, Dermatology, University of Missouri

We have developed a flow cytometer using laser induced ultrasound to detect circulating melanoma cells as an early indicator of metastatic disease.

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