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Circulating Tumor DNA

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Cancer cells produce circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) which can be found in the blood stream using novel high-throughput sequencing technologies. Here is the latest research on ctDNA.

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The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics : JMD

DETECTION OF CIRCULATING TUMOR DNA IN PATIENTS WITH PANCREATIC CANCER USING DIGITAL NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics : JMDMarch 25, 2020
Anne Macgregor-DasMichael Goggins
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Journal of Clinical Oncology : Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Randomized, Phase II Study of Trastuzumab Beyond Progression in Patients With HER2-Positive Advanced Gastric or Gastroesophageal Junction Cancer: WJOG7112G (T-ACT Study)

Journal of Clinical Oncology : Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical OncologyMarch 27, 2020
Akitaka MakiyamaKei Muro
The Cancer Journal

Circulating Tumor DNA Biomarkers for Early Detection of Oligometastasis

The Cancer JournalMarch 25, 2020
David M RoutmanGaorav P Gupta
British Journal of Pharmacology

The application of 'omics' to pulmonary arterial hypertension

British Journal of PharmacologyMarch 24, 2020
Lars HarbaumMartin R Wilkins
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Space Science Reviews

How Well Do We Understand the Belt/Zone Circulation of Giant Planet Atmospheres?

Space Science ReviewsMarch 28, 2020
Leigh N FletcherAdam P Showman
Cytometry. Part B, Clinical Cytometry

Evaluation of HER2 expression in urothelial carcinoma cells as a biomarker for circulating tumor cells

Cytometry. Part B, Clinical CytometryMarch 27, 2020
Alessandro NiniGünter Niegisch
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Genome Medicine

Tracking cancer progression: from circulating tumor cells to metastasis

Genome MedicineMarch 21, 2020
Francesc Castro-Giner, Nicola Aceto
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International Journal of Nanomedicine

Prospects for the Use of Upconverting Nanoparticles as a Contrast Agent for Enumeration of Circulating Cells in vivo

International Journal of NanomedicineMarch 27, 2020
Peter B BartosikMark Niedre
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American Society of Clinical Oncology Educational Book

Redefining Colorectal Cancer by Tumor Biology

American Society of Clinical Oncology Educational BookMarch 25, 2020
Mohamed E SalemJeanne Tie
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International Journal of Molecular Sciences

Cancer Diagnosis through SERS and Other Related Techniques

International Journal of Molecular SciencesMarch 28, 2020
Maria Blanco-Formoso, Ramon A Alvarez-Puebla

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