Shining lasers on human blood could help detect tumors
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A team of University of Michigan researchers have discovered how to use lasers to see intricate cell structure and activity in human blood. Shining laser light on whole human blood combined with a fluorescent dye reveals incredible detail, according to the researchers, leading to hope the technology can improve how doctors monitor cell activity in the body, including how to identify tumors. The researchers, led by Biomedical Engineering professor Xudong (Sherman) Fan, tested out their...