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Development of a blood-based screening test for colorectal neoplasia; biomarker expression in circulating tumor cells and tumor-derived microvesicles [ 2011 - 2014 ]

Also known as: Developing a blood test for precancerous lesions in the large bowel

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/1017083]

Researchers: Prof Graeme Young (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Michael Michael Dr Lawrence Lapointe Dr Susanne Pedersen Mr Stephen Cole
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Brief description A blood-based test for bowel cancer and the premalignant lesion (i.e. adenomas) has potential to improve several aspects of screening for bowel cancer – improved capacity to detect lesions in well people who do not suspect their presence, avoidance of faecal sampling and fewer false-positive results. There is no reliable simple screening test for adenomas. This study aims at developing a practical blood test based on a device that filters and enriches cells from blood that carry these markers

Funding Amount $AUD 513,938.74

Funding Scheme Development Grants

Notes Development Grant

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