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Liquid biopsy: a new diagnostic modality
The Applied Biology & Chemistry Journal
The liquid biopsy is the most promising technology in the modern days. It plays a significant role in the diagnosis, management and finding out the minimal residual disease in carcinoma. There are three components of the liquid biopsy: circulating tumour cells (CTC), cell-free DNA (cf-DNA), and exosomes. These components carry vital information, and with the help of sophisticated technology, one can extract a large amount of data from them. The detection of the tumour-specific gene mutation indoi:10.52679/tabcj.2020.0002 fatcat:g435jsjnajcanf664jx3ax52ke