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Microscopy Technique Employed to Characterize Redox States of Single Extracellular Vesicles, Biomarkers for Some Cancers
Stephen Boppart Urbana, Ill. – Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology and the Cancer Center at Illinois employed a specialized microscopy technique, two-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy, to image and biochemically...
Harpal Singh, BioengineeringCancer Scholar, 2017 CohortWhere are you working now?I am a senior about to graduate this May. Following graduation, I will be working in a Biologics rotational program with the company Catalent Pharma.What are you currently researching?I...
Image of Courtney Ketchum.Urbana, Ill. – When a patient battling blood cancer needs a bone marrow transplant, their chances of survival are very low unless a match is found. Unfortunately, the chance of an immediate familial match is only 30%. Courtney Ketchum, a...
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