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NEW YORK – Avalon GloboCare seeks to launch a diagnostic tool based on its extracellular vesicle (EV) isolation system, which it believes can extract and separate exosomes from liquid samples in a variety of cancerous conditions.

The company's initial diagnostic application is in oral cancer, for which it is combining its exosome isolation tech with a microRNA biomarker that may be able to predict progression from a potentially precancerous condition to malignancy.  

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