A new device allows pathologists to look for cancer biomarkers in eight samples at once – affordably, accurately, and on a smartphone
Michael Schubert |
In the hunt for better diagnostics, the game is always afoot. We want them fast, cheap, accurate and portable – attributes that aren’t always easy to combine into a single device. But now, a group of researchers think they may have cracked the code with a new “smartphone laboratory” (1) designed to detect the cancer biomarker interleukin-6 (IL-6).
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