Method and apparatus for in vivo surveillance of circulating biological components
The invention relates generally to in vivo collection of circulating molecules, tumor cells and other biological markers using a collecting probe. The probe is configured for placement within a living organism for an extended period of time to provide sufficient yield of biological marker for analysis.
John Wayne Cancer Institute (Santa Monica, CA)
Hoon, Dave S B; Tabeck, Bret; and Shaolian, Samuel, "Method and apparatus for in vivo surveillance of circulating biological components" (2011). Technology Transfer - Patents. 22.