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Blood Test for ENOX2

The ONCOblot® Test is a highly sensitive blood test for the detection of the protein ENOX2. ENOX2 has been demonstrated to be produced by malignant cells.

The ONCOblot® Test was developed as a tissue of origin test and to provide a non-invasive follow-up option to existing tests such as a High PSA, Abnormal Mammogram, Suspicious PET Scan and biopsies.  Applications such as identification of unknown primary (CUP), recurrence monitoring, post cancer treatments and for targeted high risk populations can be other potential uses.

Please note the following information:

Due to a sale of the technology, our labs are in a transition phase and as a result the general availability of the ONCOblot® test is limited. We will not be accepting new tests at this time. We will update our website as availability for ONCOblot® changes.

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More about ENOX2

The ENOX2 protein species in the blood is present in malignant cells.  These proteins can be detected in early development.  The ONCOblot® Test identifies the ENOX2 markers.

Dr. James Morré and Dr. David Taggart speak to the history and future of the ONCOblot® test.

In the News

Read the Published Peer-Reviewed Study, January 2016:  “ENOX2 proteins from malignant mesothelioma are detected 4-10 years in advance of clinical symptoms.”

Reveals origin of malignant cells:

The ONCOblot® Test reveals the tissue of origin of the ENOX2 protein. The ONCOblot® database contains the following 25+ ENOX2 transcript variants:

• Bladder
• Breast
• Cervical
• Colorectal
• Endometrial
• Esophageal
• Gastric
• Hepatocellular
• Kidney

• Leukemia
• Non-Small cell
• Lung Small cell
• Lymphoma
• Melanoma
• Mesothelioma
• Myeloma
• Ovarian

• Pancreatic
• Prostate
• Sarcoma
• Squamous Cell
• Follicular Thyroid
• Papillary Thyroid
• Testicular Germ Cell
• Uterine

Upcoming Events

Click here for information regarding events ONCOblot has attended.
And, the Research Award presented to Drs. Morre’ at the AMMG, May 15, 2016!