Tag Archives: biofluids

ExoTIC – The Exosome Total Isolation Chip

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Circulating tumor-derived extracellular vesicles (EVs) have emerged as a promising source for identifying cancer biomarkers for early cancer detection. However, the clinical utility of EVs has thus far been limited by the fact that most EV isolation methods are tedious, ...

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ExRNA in Biofluids as Biomarkers for Brain Tumors

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EV RNAs have tremendous clinical potential as diagnostic, subtype-defining, and prognostic biomarkers in GBM. The identification of new EV RNA targets and validation of existing EV RNA targets will be accelerated by large-scale biorepositories established for clinic sample warehousing and ...

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Circulating miRNAs: cell-cell communication function?

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Nuclease resistant extracellular miRNAs have been found in all known biological fluids. The biological function of extracellular miRNAs remains questionable; however, strong evidence suggests that these miRNAs can be more than just byproducts of cellular activity. Some extracellular miRNA species ...

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