Experts develop device for analyzing white blood cells

09/8/2010 | MIT Technology Review

Scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a microfluidics chip that can allow physicians to easily capture and analyze neutrophils, or white blood cells, using a small blood sample. They hope they could use the device to identify patients who are prone to develop serious infections after injuries and require aggressive therapy.

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