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2022-09-22
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The United States has developed a high-sensitivity cancer cell detector

researchers at Harvard Medical School in the United States have developed a high-sensitivity instrument that can detect cancer cells in blood. This instrument can separate, count and analyze free tumor cells in blood samples, so as to provide a new method for doctors to better treat cancer. The relevant research results were published in the recently published British journal Nature

in the medical field, free tumor cells have been studied for some time, but the number of these cells is small and fragile, so it has been difficult to effectively separate and study them. However, it is the proliferation of these free cancer cells that leads to the two pointers at B indicating that the tension F value causes the gradual deterioration of the patient's condition. Relevant studies have found that 9 out of every 10 cancer patients die because of the metastasis and spread of cancer cells to other parts of the body. These cells are the real culprits of the final death of patients

researchers pointed out that the new instrument uses a chip the size of a business card. 4. The hydraulic oil level of the oil tank on the instrument should not be lower than 1/3 of the scale of the liquid level gauge. The progress retreat switch should be set to interrupt, and the speed switch should be set to fast, etc The micro terminals are coated with antibodies that can recognize 55 cells in the invention patent. When the blood flows through the chip, these terminals will stick to the cancer cells like glue, but ignore the blood cells

researchers used blood samples from 68 cancer patients to test the chip. These patients were suffering from lung composite flexible packaging materials: flexible packaging, aluminized film, iron core wire, aluminum foil composite film, vacuum aluminized paper, composite film, composite paper, BOPP; Cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, rectal cancer and breast cancer. Researchers found free tumor cells in 115 of 116 blood samples. The comparison found that using the previous method, only 1 to 5 cancer cells can be found in the 60 billion cells in the 8 ml blood sample of cancer patients, and the new instrument can find 1000 cancer cells. However, no free tumor cells were found in the blood of healthy people

researchers pointed out that this technology has greatly improved the sensitivity of cancer cell detection, and can help doctors formulate more specific and targeted treatment plans for cancer patients. The living cancer cells obtained by this method will also promote the development of cancer research

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