NewsResearchers develop non-contact probe to analyze single
cells within tumors

19th May 2021by admin0
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NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) researchers have developed a
special noncontact multi-physics probe (NMP) that enables them to
collect cytoplasmic samples from single tumor cells without
disrupting their spatial configurations in the original tissue. The
tiny tool can also be used to introduce foreign materials to
selected cells within the tissue to alter their genetic makeup. As
a result, the NMP will facilitate advanced studies that could
improve the current understanding of the basic building blocks of
diseases, including cancer and Alzheimers, and lead to the
development of new therapies. Moreover, this could lead to a
powerful tool in the field of stem cell biology and
reprogramming.

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