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Kit for preparing cancer cell detection sample and kit for cancer cell detection using the same










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7842454.

A kit for preparing a cancer cell detection sample which is highly safe, simple, and high in precision, and can detect a cancer cell quantitatively, and a kit for cancer cell detection using the same, as well as a method for diagnosing cancer using those kits, and a method for preparing a sample for cancer cell detection are provided. A kit for preparing a detection sample for detecting a cancer cell of the present invention, comprising a test container having an opening for receiving a biological sample collected from a subject, and a reagent inclusion part for accommodating a reagent containing a virus, a seal part for sealing the reagent inclusion part of the test container, a cap for closing the opening, and an opener for breaking the seal part.








 
 
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