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Predicting disease recurrence in limited disease small cell lung cancer using cell-free DNA-based mutation and fragmentome analyses

Translational Lung Cancer Research Predicting disease recurrence in limited disease small cell lung cancer using cell-free DNA-based mutation and fragmentome analyses Park S, Kang J-K, Lee N, Lee S-H, Kim…

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Cancer signature ensemble integrating cfDNA methylation, copy number, and fragmentation facilitates multi-cancer early detection

Experimental & Molecular Medicine Cancer signature ensemble integrating cfDNA methylation, copy number, and fragmentation facilitates multi-cancer early detection Kim SY, Jeong S, Lee W, Jeon Y, Kim Y-J, Park S,…

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Personalised circulating tumour DNA assay with large-scale mutation coverage for sensitive minimal residual disease detection in colorectal cancer

British Journal of Cancer Personalised circulating tumour DNA assay with large-scale mutation coverage for sensitive minimal residual disease detection in colorectal cancer Ryoo S-B, Heo S, Lim Y, Lee W,…

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Genomic mutation profiling using liquid biopsy in Korean patients with prostate cancer: Circulating tumor DNA mutation predicts the development of castration resistance

Investigative and clinical urology Genomic mutation profiling using liquid biopsy in Korean patients with prostate cancer: Circulating tumor DNA mutation predicts the development of castration resistance </h4 > Yu J,…

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