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New test for early diagnosis of liver cancer - drugdiscovery.com
New test for early diagnosis of liver cancer - drugdiscovery.com


Researchers have developed a test that will help pathologists clearly distinguish early liver cancer cells from nearly identical normal liver cells. The test uses a probe which detects and stains miR-21, a microRNA found in liver cancer but not healthy liver cells.
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Tags: liver cancer, diagnosis, early, test, miR-21, microRNA, staining - September 23, 2013
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