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Title: A large-scale targeted proteomics of plasma extracellular vesicles shows utility for prognosis prediction subtyping in colorectal cancer
Other Titles: 血漿細胞外小胞体を対象とした大規模ターゲットプロテオミクスの大腸癌予後予測サブタイプ分類における有用性
Authors: Kasahara, Keiko
Author's alias: 笠原, 桂子
Keywords: colorectal cancer
exosome
extracellular vesicles
mass spectrometry
targeted proteomics
Issue Date: 23-May-2023
Publisher: Kyoto University
Conferring University: 京都大学
Degree Level: 新制・論文博士
Degree Discipline: 博士(医学)
Degree Report no.: 乙第13561号
Degree no.: 論医博第2290号
Conferral date: 2023-05-23
Degree Call no.: 新制||医||1067(附属図書館)
Degree Affiliation: 京都大学大学院医学研究科医学専攻
Examination Committee members: (主査)教授 武藤 学, 教授 今中 雄一, 教授 村川 泰裕
Provisions of the Ruling of Degree: 学位規則第4条第2項該当
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DOI: 10.14989/doctor.r13561
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/284067
dc.relation.haspart: https://doi.org/10.1002/cam4.5442
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