WHAT is EXOSOME?
Exosomes are membranous nanocarriers (diameter of 20-200 nm) secreted from cells which contain abundant biological information from original cells. They also play a vital role in cell-to-cell communication, as well as are highly cell-oriented and can load diverse organic molecules.
As exosomes are rich in information from original cells, they are getting the spotlight as a promising biomarker for diagnosis. In addition, they are less likely to induce side effects as cell derivatives and are not likely to become cancer so that they are highly regarded as efficient therapeutic agents.
Diagnosis technology through deep learning-based exosome signal analysis