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Comprehensive Evaluation of the Factors Affecting Plasma Circulating Cell-Free DNA Levels and Their Application in Diagnosing Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer.

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Summary of "Comprehensive Evaluation of the Factors Affecting Plasma Circulating Cell-Free DNA Levels and Their Application in Diagnosing Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer."

Circulating cell-free DNA (ccfDNA) is a valuable biomarker, but the ccfDNA levels are influenced by variations that occur during sample processing. The feasibility of using ccfDNA as a diagnostic biomarker requires further examination.

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Name: Genetic testing and molecular biomarkers
ISSN: 1945-0257
Pages: 270-276

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MicroRNAs found in cell-free BODY FLUIDS such as SERUM; PLASMA; SALIVA; OR URINE.

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