New technique illuminates cancer cells

08/31/2009 | MIT Technology Review

San Diego-based AntiCancer and Japanese scientists were able to make cancer cells glow by using a cold virus genetically altered to carry green fluorescent protein, which can incorporate into tumors. They hope the technique will enable surgeons to more precisely extract tumors and monitor cancer recurrence.

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