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NEW YORK ─ A dearth of methods to rapidly crank out microfluidic tools has hindered researchers looking to develop liquid-biopsy assays that detect extracellular vesicles as markers of disease. University of Kansas (KU) researchers believe they found a way around that using inkjet printing.

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