Acoustic device that separates tumor cells from blood cells could help assess cancer’s spread.
A new humanized mouse model for malaria infection was developed. The study reveals immune cells that are critical to combating the parasite in early stages of infection.
A group of 62 elite Chinese and foreign scientists were formally inducted as members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
New prototype device recognizes electrical properties of infected cells as signatures of disease.
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