Blood Becomes A Laser Emitter For Drug Testing, Cancer Treatment

Researchers at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) have developed a new technique that combines laser light with an FDA-approved green fluorescent dye to monitor cell structure and activity at the molecular level. The work could someday improve clinical imaging and better monitor tumors and other cell structures, as well as be used during drug testing to monitor the changes that cells undergo when exposed to prospective new drugs.

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