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ccfDNA often comprises just ~5 ng/ml or ~700 diploid genome equivalents in plasma. In cancer patients, some of this ccfDNAcan be circulating tumor-derived DNA (ctDNA), which can be informative about the mutations and other genomic alterations in the tumor.

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