Singapore researchers use AI to identify the pH of cancer cells


The living cells are first coated with bromothymol blue, a pH-sensitive dye that changes colour according to acidity levels. — The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: National University of Singapore (NUS) researchers can now identify cancer cells by studying their acidity or pH levels using artificial intelligence technology.

This technique could be potentially useful in detecting cancer cells in tissue samples, either obtained from tumour biopsies or liquid biopsies, which are blood tests.

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