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NEW YORK – A team led by University of Kansas researchers has launched a National Institutes of Health-funded validation study to see if a microfluidic cell-capture and phenotyping assay could be used instead of invasive bone marrow aspirates to identify early cases of hematological cancers. 

Led by Steven Soper, a chemistry and mechanical engineering professor at the University of Kansas, the team aims to identify acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) biomarkers in circulating leukemia cells (CLCs). 

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