Hospital workers could benefit from human tissue slicer

03/23/2010 | American City Business Journals

A group of inventors at the University of Kansas Medical Center developed a device that can be used by medical technicians when slicing samples of human tissues intended for microscope analysis. The inventors licensed the technology to Sakura Finetek USA in February. The device could prevent hospital employees from contracting diseases such as hepatitis and HIV by reducing their exposure to cuts, said one of the inventors.

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