Next generation proteomic cancer detection via portable liquid biopsy

Mursla is a startup developing a diagnostic device that leverages proprietary nanostructures to significantly improve cancer detection. Our technology has the potential to simplify the whole cycle of cancer management through utilizing a novel, non-invasive procedure called liquid biopsy.
Stacks Image 17
Stacks Image 19
Mursla provides a competitive and differentiated proposal with much larger predictive power than deep gene sequencing technologies as it relies on large panels of approved circulating protein biomarkers. As a spin-off from Tokyo Institute of Technology, we are currently collaborating with the University of Cambridge to develop an integrated prototype device.
Stacks Image 8
Mursla is a startup developing a diagnostic device that leverages proprietary nanostructures to significantly improve cancer detection. Our technology has the potential to simplify the whole cycle of cancer management through utilizing a novel, non-invasive procedure called liquid biopsy.
Mursla is a startup developing a diagnostic device that leverages proprietary nanostructures to significantly improve cancer detection. Our technology has the potential to simplify the whole cycle of cancer management through utilizing a novel, non-invasive procedure called liquid biopsy.
Stacks Image 23
Mursla provides a competitive and differentiated proposal with much larger predictive power than deep gene sequencing technologies as it relies on large panels of approved circulating protein biomarkers. As a spin-off from Tokyo Institute of Technology, we are currently collaborating with the University of Cambridge to develop an integrated prototype device.
Mursla provides a competitive and differentiated proposal with much larger predictive power than deep gene sequencing technologies as it relies on large panels of approved circulating protein biomarkers. As a spin-off from Tokyo Institute of Technology, we are currently collaborating with the University of Cambridge to develop an integrated prototype device.
Stacks Image 30
Stacks Image 32