New marker may help diagnose late-stage lung cancer

Investigators have found a new marker that might be used for diagnosing a common form of lung cancer, especially at late stages.

High expression of this marker, which is a particular circular RNA, in blood and lung cancer tissue was linked with increased cell proliferation, migration, and invasion, which are characteristics necessary for tumor growth and metastasis.



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