Syed Shameem, G. R. K. Prasad, Muzamilparvez. M, U. Reshmi, G. Harshitha, K. Haritha
Syed Shameem*, G. R. K. Prasad, Muzamilparvez. M, U. Reshmi, G. Harshitha, K. Haritha
Department of ECE, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, A.P. India.
Volume - 12,
Issue - 9,
Year - 2019
Colorectal tumor is the third most regularly analysed malignancy and the fourth driving reason for growth demise in both men and ladies in India. The Indian Cancer Society estimates that 3,79,100 individuals will be determined to have colorectal malignancy and 49,190 individuals will die from the disease in 2018.Traditionally, colon tumor is analysed utilizing infinitesimal investigation of histopathological colon tests.We present a method of detecting Human colorectal carcinoma cells in blood. Cells experience duplication and separation inside multi-cell living beings. The portrayal of physical properties of cells, for example, their mass and solidness has been of awesome intrigue and can have significant ramifications in cell science, tissue engineering, and disease research including cancer. The mechanism of duplication will increase the mass of the infected cells in the blood. In our study, we identify the change in mass of the carcinoma cells in the blood by observing the change in Eigen frequency of the cantilever beam.
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Syed Shameem, G. R. K. Prasad, Muzamilparvez. M, U. Reshmi, G. Harshitha, K. Haritha. Design and FEM model Analysis of MEMS cantilever structure for detection of Colon Cancer using Mass sensing. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2019; 12(9):4250-4254. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2019.00730.3