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The novel "Universal Pathologic Biomarker (UPB)" in tumor cells of different types of cancer (breast cancer, cervical cancer, pancreatic cancer) first reported by Lo and Luther* using BioJENC's proprietary Granzyme B-like peptide conjugate has shown usefulness for developing novel cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. We now have the tools to understand and reproduce the mechanism used by our own cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) to effectively protect us from tumor growth and metastasis.  Combining BioJENC's Granzyme B-like peptides with other immunotherapies (resulting in more functional CTL) may cause to attain anti-cancer synergism. 
We strive to R&D effective and affordable novel cancer diagnostics and therapeutics for not one but different types of cancer, similar to our own multipurpose CTL*.  We also have new data to support a potential antimicrobial application for bacteremia and influenza in general.
Using the same Granzyme B-like peptide conjugate, we have further discovered that circulating platelets of cancer patients may also have the same UPB as first reported by Lo and Luther, demonstrating a potential link for a direct cancer connection with platelets for the first time. 

*Lo,WC and Luther, DG. “Detection of Cancer Cell Death Mediated by a Synthetic Granzyme B-like Peptide Fluorescent Conjugate and the same Peptide Binding in Bacteria”  J Fluoresc (2014) 24:465-471.

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