On-Q-ity Presents Data on Improved Cell Capture Capabilities of its C5 Chip at AACR

The microfluidic chip, called the On-Q-ity Circulating Cancer Capture and Characterization Chip, or C5, uses both antibody affinity and size to filter CTCs from normal blood. In a study comparing C5 and a chip using antibody affinity alone, On-Q-ity's dual capture chip "greatly improved" capture rate over the comparator.

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