Research article on brain tumor detection from urinary microRNA was published

A paper has been published on the results of a joint research project between Takao Yasui, co-founder and Nanodevice Director of Craif, and Atsushi Natsume, associate professor of neurosurgery at Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine.

Associate Professor Natsume and his colleagues have shown that brain tumors can be detected with 99% accuracy by measuring microRNA in urine using a nanowire device, which is one of our core technologies of Craif.

For more information about this research, please refer to the original paper.