Cell-free DNA in human blood plasma: length measurements in patients with pancreatic cancer and healthy controls.

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The amount of non-cell-associated DNA free in blood plasma from pancreatic cancer patients usually exceeds that from healthy donors. We have evaluated the plasma DNA by gel electrophoresis and measured the variation in length of soluble DNA fragments by electron microscopy in plasma from three patients with pancreatic cancer and from three healthy controls… (More)

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@article{Giacona1998CellfreeDI, title={Cell-free DNA in human blood plasma: length measurements in patients with pancreatic cancer and healthy controls.}, author={Mary Beth Giacona and Gary Ruben and Kenneth A. Iczkowski and Teemu Roos and Duncan M. Porter and Grith Sorenson}, journal={Pancreas}, year={1998}, volume={17 1}, pages={89-97} }