Tunable Nanostructured Coating for the Capture and Selective Release of Viable Circulating Tumor Cells.

E. Reategui, N. Aceto, E. J. Lim, J. P. Sullivan, A.E. Jensen, M. Martel, Wei Li, S. Castleberry, A. Bardia, L. V. Sequist, D.A. Harber, S. Maheswaran, P.T. Hammond, M. Toner, S.L. Stott

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E. Reátegui, N. Aceto, E. J. Lim, J. P. Sullivan, A. E. Jensen, M. Zeinali, J. M. Martel, W. Li, S. Castleberry, A. Bardia, L. V. Sequist, D. A. Haber, S. Maheswaran, P. T. Hammond, M. Toner, S. L. Stott. Tunable Nanostructured Coating for the Capture and Selective Release of Viable Circulating Tumor Cells. Advanced Materials 2015 (ASAP) (J) (A) Previous work at MIT.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)ASAP
JournalAdvanced Materials
StatePublished - Dec 30 2014

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    Reategui, E., Aceto, N., Lim, E. J., Sullivan, J. P., Jensen, A. E., Martel, M., Li, W., Castleberry, S., Bardia, A., Sequist, L. V., Harber, D. A., Maheswaran, S., Hammond, P. T., Toner, M., & Stott, S. L. (2014). Tunable Nanostructured Coating for the Capture and Selective Release of Viable Circulating Tumor Cells. Advanced Materials, ASAP.