Light Scattering Flow Cytometry for the Minimally Invasive Quantification of Circulating Leukemic Cells.

Greiner, Cherry Anne.

Abstract: Abstract The detection and quantification of circulating cancer cells is of clinical importance for the diagnosis and staging of cancer as well as the assessment of a patient's therapeutic response and risk for relapse. However, the enumeration of these cells by conventional in-vitro techniques is challenged by the rarity of circulating cancer cells and extensive blood sample processing.... read more

Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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