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Partial Wave Spectroscopy Detection of Cancer Stages using Tissue Microarrays (TMA) Samples

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Mesoscopic physics based partial wave spectroscopy (PWS) can probe the structural alterations at the nanoscale level in cancerous cells/tissues. Here we show improved PWS technique to detect cancer stages using TMA samples.

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