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1. Capturing cancer cells | University of Oxford

CTCs can be circulating through the bloodstream for years before any metastases form. ... This is no easy task; blood samples might only contain a single CTC among millions of blood cells, and it can be difficult to distinguish between CTCs and normal

www.ox.ac.uk/news/science-blog/capturing-cancer-cells- 52k - 9 Jan 2021 - Cached

2. Prof Mark Howarth | Biochemistry

Circulating tumour cells (CTCs) and antibody engineering. Capturing CTCs from blood is promising for early cancer diagnosis. ... We are extending this family of interactions, creating new possibilities for synthetic biology: in CTC capture, detection of

www.bioch.ox.ac.uk/research/howarth- 84k - 18 Jan 2021 - Cached

3. Spotivity Marketplace for After School Activities | St Edmund Hall

Since I left the Hall I came back to Chicago to start up Chicago Training Center (CTC). ... CTC was my personal thank you to the City of Chicago and a bucket list item of mine.

www.seh.ox.ac.uk/people/montana-butsch- 29k - 17 Jan 2021 - Cached

4. Panel Discussion: Transitional Justice in Colombia - New Challenges - Oxford Talks

The Colombian Truth Commission (CTC), created by the 2016 peace deal, is an innovative mechanism of transitional justice. ... Moreover, the mandate establishes that the CTC must work with a territorial focus.

talks.ox.ac.uk/talks/id/484a8842-dfa3-4615-9c23-c1e3929ae6fe/- 21k - Cached

5. Visualization of immediate immune responses to pioneer metastatic cells in the lung. — The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology

Here we show dynamic generation of tumour microparticles in shear flow in the capillaries within minutes of CTC entry. ... conventional dendritic cells, among the last cells to interact with CTCs, confer anti-metastatic protection.

www.kennedy.ox.ac.uk/publications/635621- 179k - Cached

6. Professor Jeffrey Wool | Harris Manchester College

On behalf of AWG, Jeffrey has been a central actor in the development, negotiation, and national ratification and implementation of the Cape Town Convention (CTC). ... He leads global projects promoting and assessing ratification of, and compliance with,

www.hmc.ox.ac.uk/people/professor-jeffrey-wool/- 210k - Cached

7. Jeffrey Wool | Oxford Law Faculty

On behalf of AWG, Jeffrey has been a central actor in the development, negotiation, and national ratification and implementation of the Cape Town Convention (CTC). ... He leads global projects promoting and assessing ratification of, and compliance with,

www.law.ox.ac.uk/people/jeffrey-wool- 35k - 16 Jul 2015 - Cached

8. Aularian delivers TED Talk at TEDx conference in Madrid | St Edmund Hall

Montana established the CTC in 2007 to bring athletic and academic excellence to disadvantaged young people through mentoring, community leadership and fitness. ... Through the sport of rowing, the CTC aims to improve opportunities for the disadvantaged

www.seh.ox.ac.uk/news/aularian-delivers-ted-talk-at-tedx-conference-in-madrid- 28k - 17 Jan 2021 - Cached

9. Mechanisms of hyoscine butylbromide to improve adenoma detection: A case-control study of surface visualization at simulated colonoscope withdrawal. — Experimental Medicine Division

We aimed to assess the impact of hyoscine butylbromide on the expected visualization during colonoscope withdrawal using a CT colonography (CTC) simulation. ... PATIENTS AND METHODS: Datasets from a previous CTC study examining the effect of

www.expmedndm.ox.ac.uk/publications/584022- 85k - 7 Mar 2019 - Cached

10. Separation of cancer cells from white blood cells by pinched flow fractionation. — Radcliffe Department of Medicine

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are found in the blood of cancer patients and can form new tumors. ... CTCs are rare cells in blood, but they are important for the understanding of metastasis.

www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/publications/571229- 216k - Cached

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