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Microscopy technique employed to characterize redox states of single extracellular vesicles, biomarkers for some cancers

Beckman and ECE researchers adapted a fluorescence microscopy technique to characterize individual extracellular vesicles. Precise measurement of individual EV redox states could help physicians diagnose cancer and other diseases from bodily fluid samples.

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News | June 20, 2021

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