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Electrical chip removes nanoparticles from blood
Published: Monday 23 November 2015 at 3am PST
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Engineers have developed chip-based technology that uses an oscillating electrical field to quickly and easily isolate nanoparticles from blood.
lab set up showing chip
This lab set up shows the chip being used to separate nanoparticles from a drop of blood plasma.