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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Researchers at the University of Kansas have developed a microfluidic technology to detect and isolate circulating plasma cells (CPCs) in patients diagnosed with clonal plasma cell disorders (PCD) including multiple myeloma.

BioFluidica, a San Diego, California-based startup, is using the technology for research purposes, but plans to submit an application to the US Food and Drug Administration for marketing clearance.

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