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Microfluidic Technology for Clinical Applications of Exosomes

ILIESCU, F. VRTAČNIK, D. NEUŽIL, P. ILIESCU, C.

Originální název

Microfluidic Technology for Clinical Applications of Exosomes

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Microfluidic Technology for Clinical Applications of Exosomes

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en

Originální abstrakt

Exosomes, a type of nanovesicle, are distinct cellular entities specifically capable of carrying various cargos between cells. It has been hypothesized that exosomes, as an enriched source of biomolecules, may serve as biomarkers for various diseases. This review introduces general aspects of exosomes, presents the challenges in exosome research, discusses the potential of exosomes as biomarkers, and describes the contribution of microfluidic technology to enable their isolation and analysis for diagnostic and disease monitoring. Additionally, clinical applications of exosomes for diagnostic purposes are also summarized.

Anglický abstrakt

Exosomes, a type of nanovesicle, are distinct cellular entities specifically capable of carrying various cargos between cells. It has been hypothesized that exosomes, as an enriched source of biomolecules, may serve as biomarkers for various diseases. This review introduces general aspects of exosomes, presents the challenges in exosome research, discusses the potential of exosomes as biomarkers, and describes the contribution of microfluidic technology to enable their isolation and analysis for diagnostic and disease monitoring. Additionally, clinical applications of exosomes for diagnostic purposes are also summarized.

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@article{BUT159955,
  author="Florina Silvia {Iliescu} and Danilo {Vrtačnik} and Pavel {Neužil} and Ciprian {Iliescu}",
  title="Microfluidic Technology for Clinical Applications of Exosomes",
  annote="Exosomes, a type of nanovesicle, are distinct cellular entities specifically capable of carrying various cargos between cells. It has been hypothesized that exosomes, as an enriched source of biomolecules, may serve as biomarkers for various diseases. This review introduces general aspects of exosomes, presents the challenges in exosome research, discusses the potential of exosomes as biomarkers, and describes the contribution of microfluidic technology to enable their isolation and analysis for diagnostic and disease monitoring. Additionally, clinical applications of exosomes for diagnostic purposes are also summarized.",
  address="MDPI",
  chapter="159955",
  doi="10.3390/mi10060392",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="MDPI",
  number="6",
  volume="10",
  year="2019",
  month="june",
  pages="1--29",
  publisher="MDPI",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}