State Key Laboratory of Bioelectronics, School of Biological Science and Medical Engineering, Southeast University, Nanjing, China
Extracellular vehicles (EVs) were primarily considered as cell debris and known as cellular dust. Recent experimental trails proved that EVs are disease biomarkers which includes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and metabolic disorders. Research focus on extracellular vesicles has been suggested by recent scientists as the target of next generation diagnostics and therapeutics. Almost all types of cells release exosomes, making them substantially important for relevant disease diagnosis. Recently, exosomes have gained attention as an effective tool for early cancer detection. EVs is making rapid progress towards becoming a success delivery agent for cancer therapy.