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ACIS (Automated Cell Imaging System) promises circulating tumour cell detection

This article was originally published in Clinica

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ChromaVision Medical Systems has used its Automated Cell Imaging System (ACIS) in combination with immunomagnetic beads to detect circulating tumour cells in the blood of breast cancer patients. In a study presented last month at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting in New Orleans, the company claimed the technique could detect a single cancer cell out of 100 million cells in just 15cc of blood.

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