Washington: Scientists have come up with a non-invasive and more effective way to detect oral cancer, says a study.The imaging technique, which is detailed in the Journal of Biomedical Optics, has been developed by Kristen Maitland, assistant professor at the department of biomedical engineering of Texas A&M University.The non-invasive system combines two separate technologies -- confocal microscopy and fluorescence lifetime imaging -- to evaluate both the structural changes of tissue as well as molecular changes that take place on a cellular and tissue level, reports Science Daily.
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