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Over 20 years of research has led to the development and evolution of a state-of-the-art test that works at a molecular level, measuring five biomarker genes to help rule out urothelial bladder cancer.
Our research shows that the messenger RNA (mRNA) levels within these five biomarker genes are different in urine from patients with urothelial bladder cancer than those without.1
Only a small mid-stream urine sample is needed for the Cxbladder test. Once it reaches our accredited US laboratory, the urine sample is processed to extract and purify the mRNA present. We then use a technique called Reverse Transcription Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-qPCR) to amplify and measure the biomarker genes of interest.
Last Updated: 12 Jan 2024 03:22 pm
1 Holyoake A, O’Sullivan P, Pollock R, et al. Development of a multiplex RNA urine test for the detection and stratification of transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Clin Cancer Res 2008;14:742–9.
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