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Namocell and MGH Collaborate on Circulating Tumor Cell Research

Mountain View, Calif., (December 16, 2016)  –  Namocell, a developer of microfluidic-based single-cell sorting and capturing platforms, has announced a collaboration with researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital to research circulating tumor cells. Namocell will work with the MGH team to isolate CTCs and CTC clusters from cancer patient blood samples using its Namo Single Cell […]

Namocell and Stanford Partner to Test Single Cell Sorting Technology in Cancer Cells

Mountain View, Calif., (October 14, 2016)  – Silicon Valley-based startup Namocell announced this week that it has formed a partnership with Stanford University to test its microfluidics-based single cell sorting system with circulating tumor cells (CTCs). The Namo Single Cell Dispenser is a benchtop instrument designed to perform single cell sorting and dispensing in one […]

Stanford University and Namocell Collaborate to Study Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs)

Mountain View, Calif., (October 13, 2016)  – Namocell announced today a collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine on circulating tumor cell (CTC) research. The collaboration focuses around work being done in the laboratory of Dr. Stefanie Jeffrey, John and Marva Warnock Professor and Chief of Surgical Oncology Research, Stanford University. Professor Jeffrey’s lab will […]