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Nanoparticle‐based detection of cancer‐associated RNA

According to the World Health Organization (), cancer cases are expected to increase globally by 57% over the coming two decades. A critical factor in the management of cancer is early detection using highly sensitive diagnostic techniques. play a vital role in cancer pathogenesis. The detection of... Full description

Journal Title: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology July 2014, Vol.6(4), pp.384-397
Main Author: Elbehery, Ali H. A.
Other Authors: Azzazy, Hassan M. E.
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ID: ISSN: 1939-5116 ; E-ISSN: 1939-0041 ; DOI: 10.1002/wnan.1266
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description: According to the World Health Organization (), cancer cases are expected to increase globally by 57% over the coming two decades. A critical factor in the management of cancer is early detection using highly sensitive diagnostic techniques. play a vital role in cancer pathogenesis. The detection of aberrant and/or abnormally expressed has been reported in several cancers. Nanoparticle‐based assays have been shown to have enhanced specificity and sensitivity as compared with conventional methods. In addition, nanoparticles have enabled the development of new diagnostic strategies. This review covers nanoparticle‐based techniques used for the detection of and micro‐ associated to different cancers. This article is categorized under:
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abstractAccording to the World Health Organization (), cancer cases are expected to increase globally by 57% over the coming two decades. A critical factor in the management of cancer is early detection using highly sensitive diagnostic techniques. play a vital role in cancer pathogenesis. The detection of aberrant and/or abnormally expressed has been reported in several cancers. Nanoparticle‐based assays have been shown to have enhanced specificity and sensitivity as compared with conventional methods. In addition, nanoparticles have enabled the development of new diagnostic strategies. This review covers nanoparticle‐based techniques used for the detection of and micro‐ associated to different cancers. This article is categorized under:
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