A new article with our undergraduate student: Current Knowledge on Tumour Markers in Veterinary Oncology

The review article entitled “Current Knowledge on Tumour Markers in Veterinary Oncology”, in which Gamze Bilgili is the lead author, one of our NEU Faculty of Veterinary Medicine students was published in the journal “AS ​​Veterinary Sciences (ISSN: 2582-3183)”.

Bilgili G, Alpay M, Ceylanli D, Gençosman S, Gültekin Ç, Şehirli AÖ, Sayiner S. (2022). Current Knowledge on Tumour Markers in Veterinary Oncology. Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences, 4(2): 37-45. DOI: 10.31080/ASVS.2022.04.0306

We aimed to compile and present tumour markers that have been evaluated and are being studied in veterinary medicine.

Tumour markers are molecules that are produced by tumour cells or an organism in response to the presence of a tumour. These molecules can be found in blood, urine, tissues, and body fluids, and blood levels are the most commonly tested. Tumour markers are particularly useful in aiding diagnosis, assessing disease progression, and monitoring treatment.

Tumour markers are an exciting field of study for both veterinary and human medicine. We hope our article will be beneficial. 

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Edited on: 13 October 2022