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Journal of Molecular Cancer

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Fluid biopsy: a substantial choice to tissue re-biopsy

Author(s): Enya Janssens*

Colorectal Disease (CRC) is one of the most well-known malignant growths worldwide and a main source of cancer-causing demise. To date, careful resection is viewed as the highest quality level by the administrator for clinical choices. Since traditional tissue biopsy is intrusive and just a little example can at times be acquired, it can't address the heterogeneity of cancer or powerfully screen growth movement. In this way, there is a critical need to find a new negligibly intrusive or painless indicative technique to recognize CRC at a beginning phase and screen CRC repeat. Over the previous years, another analytic idea called "fluid biopsy" has acquired a lot of conside- -ration. Fluid biopsy is harmless, permitting rehashed examination and constant observing of cancer repeat, metastasis or remedial reactions. With the high level advancement of new atomic procedures in CRC, Flowing Cancer Cells (CTCs), Circling Growth DNA (ctDNA), exosomes, and Cancer Taught Platelet (TEP) location have accomplished intriguing and motivating outcomes as the most unmistakable fluid biopsy markers. In this survey, we zeroed in on a few clinical uses of CTCs, ctDNA, exosomes and TEPs and examine promising future applications to tackle neglected clinical necessities in CRC patients.


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