Tag Archives: biomarkers

Exosomes as Reconfigurable Therapeutic Systems

exosomes

Historically, small molecules, including steroid hormones and cytokines, have been attributed a role in paracrine and endocrine signaling, and now include a new player: biological nanoparticles, or ‘exosomes’. Generated intracellularly, and defined simply as nanoparticulate packages of signaling moieties, exosomes ...

Read More »

Fifth Annual Circulating Biomarkers World Congress 2018

exosomes

Select Biosciences Fifth Annual Circulating Biomarkers World Congress 2018 brings together the most up-to-date technologies and advances in this expanding and evolving field.  Our coverage in this conference focuses on the various classes of circulating biomarkers and their emerging applications: Extracellular ...

Read More »

Exosomes – A Rising Star in Falling Hearts

exosomes

Although exosomes were previously recognized as a mechanism for discharging useless cellular components, growing evidence has elucidated their roles in conveying information between cells. They contribute to cell-cell communication by carrying nucleic acids, proteins and lipids that can, in turn, ...

Read More »