Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have designed a lab-on-a-chip that moves blood through a tiny device, using ramps to gradually sift cells according to weight and size. It functions like a tiny pinball machine: targeted items are isolated by the ramps they can't navigate, and are funneled to the side like little gutter balls.
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