A Novel Nanotechnology-based sensor array for identification of benign vs. malignant states

· TGI - Cancer
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Monitoring for tumor recurrence remains very challenging due to post-surgical and radiation therapy induced changes in target organs, which often renders standard radiological identification of recurrent malignancies inaccurate. In this paper a novel nanotechnology-based sensor array is used for identification of volatile organic compounds in exhaled air that enable identification of benign vs. malignant states.

Following is th Graphical Abstract:

The breath print of early-stage malignant tumors: discriminant factor analysis of the sensing signals that were collected from the nanomaterial-based sensors before and after lung resection.

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