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Near-Patient Onco Tester Developed in Russia
10.12.2016 19:37
Near-Patient Onco Tester Developed in Russia

The size of the device is comparable to a smartphone, whereas diagnosing takes a few minutes, developers report.

      This method proposed by scientists of the Samara National Research University, makes it possible to detect natural onco biomarkers in human biological fluids: blood, urine or saliva. Developers plan to adapt the device for checking saliva as the  simplest and the most convenient way of near-patient cancer testing.

      "A biological fluid sample taken from a patient is placed in a container inside a special chip, where microfluidic sorting of bioliquid particles will be held with simultaneous spectral analysis by means of miniature fiber lasers", - the report says.

      The first experimental model of the device will be ready in the beginning of 2017, followed by subsequent experiments and testing in the clinical setting.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Cancer Inventions Russian Medicine   

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