Cancer research, France

Cancer research, France

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Caption: Cancer research. Researcher manipulating rhodamine fluorophore used to detect cancer cells. Rhodamine fluorophore is used as a fluorescent marker to detect cancer cells and for bio-analytical and imagery applications. Photographed at the COBRA Bio-organic chemistry laboratory at the IRCOF (Fine Organic Chemistry Research Institute), University of Rouen, France.

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