Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Monday, April 21, 2014

Evolution of the Liquid Biopsies Spaces

The focus of this GEN Market & Tech Analysis report is to present some of our most recent analysis of publication trends across a number of biomarker classes with an eye toward categorizing them into segments especially as they relate to liquid biopsies.

This is the first report in a series of several to be published by GEN over the coming months focusing on the emerging and rapidly evolving field of liquid biopsies. Focused herein are the various classes of circulating biomarkers, which provide the starting material for the development of liquid biopsies We’ve focused on circulating tumor cells (CTCs), circulating DNA, circulating RNA, and exosomes for the analysis presented herein. These four analyte classes represent the current state of the art vis-à-vis circulating biomarkers, and there is much debate as to which marker[s] will provide prognostic and predictive utility across a wide swath of disease classes in the future—hence the vigorous research interest in all these spaces.

Evolution of the Liquid Biopsies Space, Part One

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