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实体瘤基因检测Solid Tumor Genetic Testing

Solid tumor genetic testing refers to the analysis of genetic material from a sample of tissue or cells taken from a solid tumor. The goal of this testing is to identify genetic abnormalities or mutations that may contribute to the development or progression of the tumor. The results of the testing can provide important information for personalized cancer treatment, including the selection of targeted therapies that specifically address the genetic mutations present in the tumor.
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用途Purpose 实体瘤Solid Tumor 样本类型Sample Type 血液/组织 Blood/Tissue
储存条件Storage Condition 4-25℃运输 /4-25℃ Transport 报告周期Reporting Period 7天/7 Days

Solid tumors are a type of cancer that form in solid masses of tissue, such as the breast, lung, colon, or prostate. These tumors are distinct from hematological malignancies, which arise from blood-forming cells or cells present in the bone marrow. The genetic mutations that contribute to the development of solid tumors can vary widely depending on the type and location of the tumor.

Solid tumor genetic testing generally involves the analysis of DNA or RNA extracted from the tumor tissue. This can be done using a variety of techniques, including PCR, FISH, and NGS. The results of the testing can provide information on the presence of specific genetic mutations, such as EGFR or KRAS mutations, that are associated with certain types of solid tumors. This information can then be used to guide treatment decisions, such as the selection of targeted therapies that specifically address the genetic mutations present in the tumor.

Solid tumor genetic testing is an important tool for personalized cancer treatment. By identifying the genetic mutations that contribute to the development of solid tumors, doctors and researchers can develop more effective treatment strategies that specifically target the underlying causes of the disease.

Solid tumor genetic testing can help identify mutations in genes that contribute to the development of cancer, such as tumor suppressor genes or oncogenes. Mutations in these genes can lead to abnormal cell growth and division, which can contribute to the development and progression of solid tumors.

The results of solid tumor genetic testing can be used to guide treatment decisions, including the selection of targeted therapies that specifically address the genetic mutations present in the tumor. For example, certain genetic mutations are associated with increased sensitivity to certain chemotherapy drugs or targeted therapies. By identifying these mutations, doctors can tailor treatment plans to the individual needs of each patient.

Solid tumor genetic testing can also help identify patients who may be at higher risk for developing certain types of cancers. For example, mutations in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes are associated with an increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer. By identifying these mutations in patients, doctors can develop more effective screening and prevention strategies to help reduce the risk of developing cancer.

The process of solid tumor genetic testing can vary depending on the type and location of the tumor. In general, a sample of tissue or cells is collected from the tumor and analyzed for genetic mutations using a variety of techniques, such as PCR, FISH, or NGS. The results of the testing are then used to guide treatment decisions and develop personalized treatment plans.

In summary, solid tumor genetic testing is an important tool for personalized cancer treatment. By identifying the genetic mutations that contribute to the development of solid tumors, doctors and researchers can develop more effective treatment strategies that specifically target the underlying causes of the disease. The results of the testing can also be used to identify patients who may be at higher risk for developing certain types of cancers and develop more effective screening and prevention strategies to reduce the risk of cancer.