The Application of Immunochromatographic Analysis in Early Detection of Gastric Cancer

  • Kan WangEmail author
  • Daxiang Cui
Part of the Translational Medicine Research book series (TRAMERE)


To develop a simple and fast detection method of gastric cancer biomarkers is very important for clinical diagnosis of gastric cancer patients. This chapter summarizes that nanoparticles such as gold nanoparticles, magnetic nanoparticles, and quantum dots labeled immune chromatography analysis methods were developed, matched quantification devices were also developed, integrated system markedly enhanced the sensitivity and specificity of biomarker detection, and have great potential in early diagnosis of gastric cancer.


Gastric cancer Sera biomarker Magnetic nanoparticles Quantum dots Immune test strip 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Nano Biomedicine and Engineering, Shanghai Engineering Research Center for Intelligent Diagnosis and Treatment Instrument, National Center for Translational Medicine, Collaborative Innovational Center for System Biology, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghaiP. R. China

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