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Exosomes and Circulating Biomarkers Summit

12 Sep 2013 - 13 Sep 2013 - San Diego, CA, USA

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Select Biosciences' Inaugural Exosomes and Circulating Biomarkers 2013 Summit Focuses on Cutting-Edge Science and Presentations from Academic and Industrial Researchers.

This conference brings together basic biology of exosomes coupled with their emerging potential utility as carriers of cellular cargo and therefore representing a treasure trove of biomarkers for the development of diagnostics in the future.

This conference will include presentations as well as panel discussions facilitating exchange of unpublished information as well as cross-pollination with delegates from other conference tracks co-located with this event.

Finally, this conference brings together other classes of circulating biomarkers in an effort to provide an en bloc view of the current state of this field.

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