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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A group led by University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) researchers has developed a circulating tumor cell (CTC) isolation method using gravity and microfluidics.

The team plans to commercialize the microfluidic chip for cell separation and isolation for downstream applications such as sequencing and gene expression analysis.

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