from Technology Networks by Anna MacDonald
Once considered as cellular garbage cans, exosomes are now recognized as important mediators of intercellular communication, transporting diverse protein, nucleic acid, and lipid cargo to other cells. This communication is implicated to play a role in the regulation of many physiological processes and the development of diseases such as cancer.
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- The role exosomes play in the development of cancer
- How exosomes can be utilized for cancer diagnostics
- Therapeutic applications