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Figure 1: The illustration of circulating tumor cells isolated from whole blood sample of a breast cancer patient. The light microscopy image of isolated circulating tumor cell is represented in panel (a). Captured cells were stained with Hoechst®33342 dye (b), with an anti-epithelial cell adhesion molecules FITC-conjugated antibody showing 1 cell with epithelial cell adhesion molecules + (c), and with an unconjugated β4 integrin antibody and PE anti-mouse IgG1 Antibody (d)

Figure 1: The illustration of circulating tumor cells isolated from whole blood sample of a breast cancer patient. The light microscopy image of isolated circulating tumor cell is represented in panel (a). Captured cells were stained with Hoechst®33342 dye (b), with an anti-epithelial cell adhesion molecules FITC-conjugated antibody showing 1 cell with epithelial cell adhesion molecules + (c), and with an unconjugated β4 integrin antibody and PE anti-mouse IgG1 Antibody (d)