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Computer Vision In Vivo Flow Cytometry of Low-Abundance Circulating Cells

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We have developed and validated a new instrument and computer vision algorithm for fluorescence sensing, enumeration and tracking of rare circulating cells in mice in vivo without the need for drawing blood samples.

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