Innovation in Medicine

Researchers open door to stain-free labeling of cellular components

Close up of chemical microscope and medical research equipment in scientific laboratory. Liquid examination tool with glass lens and blood samples in vacutainers on professional desk

Scientists at EPFL and the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), the University Federico II, and CEINGE-Biotecnologie avanzate in Naples, Italy, have developed a new method to screen individual cells quickly and reliably without fluorescence labeling. Their work, published in the journal Nature Photonics, opens new avenues in early tumor diagnosis and drug development.

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