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Biocept, Inc. Announces Availability of Its New Breast Cancer Test, OncoCEE-BR™ Utilizing Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs)
Date:7/28/2011

geted therapies in patients with HER2 positive CTCs, but HER2 negative tissue analysis.   We believe that a positive HER2 FISH result in CTCs is very compelling.  We feel that OncoCEE-BR™ offers clinicians with important information about their patients' tumors, which will enhance the treatment they provide, and potentially the outcomes their patients will experience."

For more information on the OncoCEE-BR™ test, please visit www.biocept.com.

About Biocept, Inc.

Biocept Laboratories, headquartered in San Diego, California, is an advanced diagnostic CLIA-certified laboratory services company specializing in the capture, detection, enumeration and molecular analysis of circulating tumor cells (CTCs). Biocept is dedicated to positively impacting the lives of cancer patients through the development of innovative diagnostic products and services. Biocept utilizes innovative and proprietary technologies to deliver clinically relevant and actionable information to physicians that enable better patient care. This includes clinical assessments of CTCs, both prognostic and diagnostic, which may provide physicians with information highly relevant for the treatment of their patients with cancer.

About OncoCEE™

The OncoCEE™ platform, developed by Biocept, has demonstrated that it can consistently and accurately capture extremely rare cells in blood, like CTCs, which may be present in only 1 of every 50-100 billion blood cells. Biocept obtains patient samples via a simple blood draw, or "liquid biopsy", instead of relying on traditional biopsy methods or surgical procedures.  Biocept differentiates its "liquid biopsy" CTC analysis by combining CTC enumeration and diagnostic (e.g., HER2 status) biomarker analyses, information not currently available through commercial laboratories using existing technologies for CTC testing.  Other methods to capture,
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