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The aim of the planned research project is to find out the clinical significance of molecular genetic analyzes in gynecological malignomas. In particular, it will be investigated how the knowledge of a molecular-genetic finding affects the therapeutic decision of the physician. Furthermore, genetic changes in the tumor tissue will be compared with the changes in CTCs, DTCs and cfDNA.
molecular genetic analyses
University Women's Hospital
University Women's Hospital Tübingen
Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-06-22T02:53:21-0400
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