Tag Archives: Glioma

Size-dependent cellular uptake of exosomes

The ability of exosomes to elicit specific cellular responses suggests that they may be increasingly used as therapeutics. Their vesicular nature makes them suitable as potential nanocarriers for drugs or nucleic acids delivery. Here researchers from the University of Lincoln ...

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ExRNA in Biofluids as Biomarkers for Brain Tumors

exosome rna

EV RNAs have tremendous clinical potential as diagnostic, subtype-defining, and prognostic biomarkers in GBM. The identification of new EV RNA targets and validation of existing EV RNA targets will be accelerated by large-scale biorepositories established for clinic sample warehousing and ...

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