Test uses sound waves to generate red blood cell data

07/3/2013 | Yahoo · MedicalDaily.com

Researchers have developed a photoacoustic microscope that uses laser-generated sound waves to examine red blood cells. The technique uses laser light to produce acoustic waves that can differentiate healthy red blood cells from irregularly shaped cells using extremely small samples, researchers reported in the Biophysical Journal.

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