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Editorial - Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2021) Volume 11, Issue 84

Assessing clinical applications of liquid biopsy by combining coursing tumour DNA and tumour cells

At first, in the turn of events and movement of a unique cancer, cells are delivered into the fundamental flow (e.g., prostate, colorectal, bosom, or cellular breakdown in the lungs). Various strategies that exploit their physical and organic attributes can be utilized to advance and recognize this flowing Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC). For disease patients, CTC studies are implyed to as present time "fluid biopsy". CTC study is a tremendously moving field, with more than 17,000 distributions in PubMed until December 2015. The "fluid biopsy" was as of late used to portray the assessment of flowing without cell growth DNA (ctDNA) released through necrotic or apoptotic disease cells. Researchers have had the option to look at ctDNA inside blood plasma for disease explicit irregularities on account of the improvement of refined sub-atomic tests; as a result, CTC and ctDNA methods had developed into. Therefore, we accept that the information acquired from CTCs and ctDNA is particular, complimenting, and based on situation use.

Author(s): Ankan Ghosh

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