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One Drop Of Blood Can Tell Tumor Metastasis

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Central News Agency reported that Biology Professor Zhi-sheng Lin and his colleagues in the Department of Applied Chemistry, Taiwan Jiaotong University, researched and developed a "nano-gold particle bio-detection platform," which can detect tumor cell metastasis with just one drop of blood in a few minutes. The process stands out as fast, sensitive, low cost, and easy to perform. It can be developed as a biological detection product to detect blood sugar at home. Some key technologies have been applied for patents. (Click here for more
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