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MICROFLUIDIC CHIP FOR CANCER CELL DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS

Chiyu Li, W. Li, C. Geng, Hai-jun Ren, X. Yu, B. Liu
Published 2018 · Medicine

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Since cancer becomes the most deadly disease to our health, research on early detection on cancer cells is necessary for clinical treatment. The combination of microfluidic device with cell biology has shown a unique method for cancer cell research. In the present review, recent development on microfluidic chip for cancer cell detection and diagnosis will be addressed. Some typical microfluidic chips focussed on cancer cells and their advantages for different kinds of cancer cell detection and diagnosis will be listed, and the cell capture methods within the microfluidics will be simultaneously mentioned. Then the potential direction of microfluidic chip on cancer cell detection and diagnosis in the future is also discussed.
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