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Madison, Wis. - Recent biochemical research into certain forms of cancer has focused on disease-related changes in the protein composition of blood. As these studies progress, significant lines of inquiry will examine not only the protein changes induced by cancer but changes in the sugar molecules that naturally attach to those proteins.

In the serum of pancreatic cancer patients,......

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Changes in glycosylation are thought to play roles in certain disease processes.

GenTel's technology modifies the normal sugar molecules associated with antibodies printed on GenTel's arrays so that they are no longer rea......

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Added Nelson: "We're going to make this available to a much broader audience. We're going to expand it to look at prostate and other cancers."

The market for tumor serum analyte in-vitro diagnostic tests is approximately $1 billion per year worldwide, Negm said. Although nobody has an exact number on the glycosylation segment of that market, Negm believes that GenTel's fir......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 08/17/06


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