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How Early Detection Of Stomach Cancer Is Being Revolutionized
Date:10/25/2013

ns. "The challenge to-date for diagnostic companies has been producing  tests efficiently and affordably. Recently, Lee Biosolutions research and development team cracked the code for purifying and stabilizing two very important gastric and stomach cancer protein biomarkers, Pepsinogen I and Pepsinogen II, primary components in serum pepsinogen tests. We now have the expertise, processes and manufacturing capacity to produce enough of these biomarkers to make a significant impact."

Serum pepsinogen tests for gastric cancer enable healthcare providers to identify high risk patients for further monitoring. Not only do the tests increase survival rates by 90 percent but they also decrease the cost of mass screening programs. LeeBio currently has clients in Eastern Asia and Europe that plan to produce, distribute and administer the tests.

About Lee Biosolutions, Inc.
Lee Biosolutions is an international producer of high purity human, animal and recombinant proteins, biological fluids, biochemicals, antibodies and immunoreagents. Headquartered in St. Louis and founded in 1975, the biotechnology firm serves academic and scientific researchers as well as IVD manufacturers worldwide. Lee Biosolutions produces and processes the raw biomaterials used in drug discovery and development, laboratory equipment calibration, clinical diagnosis and product testing. These include human neutrophil elastase, human myeloperoxidase isoform c, alpha fetoprotein, beta 2 microglobulin, and amylase. The company is ISO 9001:2008 certified, FDA registered and meets USDA gu
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