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Caracterización y clasificación molecular del cáncer de pulmón


Susana Hernández, Esther Conde, Marta Alonso, Fernando López-Ríos

Prepublicado: 2023-11-03
Publicado: 2023-11-03

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Es importante conocer la ventajas e inconvenientes de las distintas metodologías que nos permiten clasificar molecularmente a los pacientes con carcinomas de pulmón no de célula pequeña (CPNCP) para poder diseñar estrategias de determinaciones de biomarcadores que sean a la vez eficientes y pragmáticas. Esto es particularmente importante si tenemos en cuenta que algunas indicaciones de tratamiento necesitan la información de biomarcadores con un nivel de detalle que solo está al alcance de la secuenciación masiva dirigida.

Palabras Clave: carcinoma de pulmón no de célula pequeña, biomarcadores, secuenciación masiva.



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