Commentary

Isolating exosomes for cancer diagnostics

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from Technology Networks by Anna MacDonald – Once considered cellular rubbish, exosomes are now known to play important roles in cellular communication. These small messengers are defined as “extracellular vesicles that are released from cells upon fusion of an intermediate ...

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Clinical Liquid Biopsy Explained

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By Alex Vadas and Brian Baranick, L.E.K. Consulting A minimally-invasive diagnostic that can help clinicians detect, diagnose, and manage cancer patients has long been the dream of many healthcare practitioners. Over the past few years, highly sensitive molecular technologies — ...

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