ВНЕКЛЕТОЧНАЯ СВОБОДНОЦИРКУЛИРУЮЩАЯ ВИРУСНАЯ ДНК И НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ ДЛЯ ДИАГНОСТИКИ ОНКОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ
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СЦДНК
ОНКОГЕННЫЕ ВИРУСЫ
ОПУХОЛИ ГОЛОВЫ И ШЕИ
ЛИМФОМЫ
РАК НОСОГЛОТКИ
ОРОФАРИНГЕАЛЬНЫЙ РАК
РАК ШЕЙКИ МАТКИ

Аннотация

Обзор посвящён использованию свобод-ноциркулирующей Днк (сцДНК) вируса Эпштейна-Барр (EBV) и папилломавируса (HPV) в диагностике онкологических заболеваний. Обобщены результаты исследований последних лет, свидетельствующие о перспективности разработки сцДНК EBV и HPV в качестве диагностических маркёров. Подробно проанализированы противоречия в исследованиях различных авторов, свидетельствующие о необходимости стандартизации исследований для внедрения этих новых маркёров в клиническую практику.

https://doi.org/10.37469/0507-3758-2019-65-6-791-797
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