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Exosome Diagnostics Presents Data Demonstrating Utility of Urine Exosome Technology to Predict Prostate Biopsy Outcome at American Urological Association Annual Meeting
Date:5/8/2013

all patients found to have positive prostate massage PCA3 scores while eliminating patient discomfort and variability associated with prostate massage.

Abstract #13-7188, 1 to 3 p.m. PDT, May 6: Evaluation of urinary Exosomes in Bladder Cancer Patients
Ahn, J.J., Salazar, G., Seaman, M., Scott, A., Motamedinia, P., Castaneda, C., Comper, W., McKiernan, J.M., Russo, L.
Exosome-derived RNA was successfully isolated from the urine of patients with bladder cancer as well as individuals with no evidence of disease.  Significant up-regulation of ICAM1 was seen in patients with high-grade bladder cancer.

About Exosome Diagnostics
Exosome Diagnostics is a leading developer of biofluid-based molecular diagnostic tests for use in personalized medicine. Exosomes are packaged and shed into all biofluids, including blood, urine and CSF, providing a stable source for intact, cell-specific nucleic acids. The Company's proprietary exosome diagnostic technology makes use of the presence and natural stability of RNA in exosomes to detect and measure levels of genes responsible for cancer and other diseases. The Company is developing in vitro diagnostic products for use in companion diagnostic applications, detection, and real-time monitoring of disease. The Company maintains facilities in New York, St. Paul, MN and Munich, Germany. For more information, please visit www.exosomedx.com.


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