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Biomarker in urine may offer noninvasive detection of prostate cancer

08:17 EDT 2 Oct 2019 | Science Daily

A research study has identified a novel prostate cancer gene fusion involving the KLK4 protein coding gene and KLKP1 pseudogene. This unique biomarker can be detected in the urine samples of patients with prostate cancer, offering a non-invasive means of detection.

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