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Exosome isolation with microfluidics

exosome rna

Exosomes, first isolated 30 years ago, are nanoscale vesicles shed by most types of cells. The nucleic acid rich content of these nanoparticles, floating in virtually all bodily fluids, has great potential for non-invasive molecular diagnostics and may represent a ...

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JOVE publishes a series of exosome technique videos

exosome rna

Exosomes: Vesicles secreted from Multivesicular bodies into the extracellular environment when the multivesicular bodies fuse with the Plasma membrane. Multivesicular bodies are formed from Endosomes when they accumulate vesicles (sometimes referred to as “intraluminal vesicles”) from inward budding of the ...

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