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Molecular analysis tests of prognostic and diagnostic value for all oncological diseases are offered in order to provide accurate prognosis of the disease, to identify optimal therapeutic approaches or to predict response of patients to chemotherapies. Such tests include the gene expression analysis of :

  • Cell surface receptor tyrosine kinases
  • Hormonal receptors
  • Growth factors
  • Transcription factors
  • Tumor-suppressor genes
  • Antiapoptotic genes
  • Mitotic genes
  • Genes related with chemotherapy drugs response of tumor cells
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1 RESPONSE TO EGFR-TARGETED THERAPIES 3352
2 TRADITIONAL VS MOLECULAR TUMOR ANALYSIS 3164
3 Detection and quantitative assessment of activating mutations in genes that control the effectiveness of targeted therapies 5669
4 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of genes that regulate the response of cancer cells to chemotherapy drugs 4790
5 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of mitotic genes 3977
6 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of antiapoptotic genes 3271
7 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of tumor suppressor genes 3961
8 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of transcription factors 3104
9 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of growth factors 3046
10 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of hormonal receptors 3333
11 Gene expression (quantitative assessment) of cell surface receptors 5136
12 RELATIVE QUANTITATIVE GENE EXPRESSION FOR DETECTION OF FREE CIRCULATING CANCER CELLS AND DISEASE MONITORING 3523
13 RELATIVE QUANTITATIVE GENE EXPRESSION FOR PREDICTION OF TUMOR RESPONSE TO CHEMOTHERAPY 3924
14 Tumor or biopsy molecular profile for prognosis-diagnosis and targeted therapy 7799
15 Cell surface receptors 3132
 

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