Detecting 72 genes most commonly mutated in lung cancer

Detecting 72 genes most commonly mutated in lung cancer

Anatomy - Pathology / Cytogenetics / Molecular Diagnostics

December 14, 2016

Interested in the simultaneous detection of 72 genes most commonly mutated in lung cancer with high confidence? The newly developed Human Lung Cancer QIAseq DNA Panel provides you with a complete Sample to Insight solution and a simple, streamlined workflow.

The panel combines single primer extension (SPE) technology and unique molecular indices (UMIs) to enable sequencing of GC-rich regions, direct quantitation of CNVs, accurate expression level measurement and variant call validation. The simplicity of the system makes it ideal for routine known and novel lung cancer mutation detection on any NGS platform from Illumina and Ion Torrent.

Exosomes – small vesicles, big players

Exosomes – small vesicles, big players

Anatomy - Pathology / Cytogenetics / Molecular Dia...

Functional study of exosomes and exoRNAs starts with isolation. Are you still performing time-consuming ultracentrifugation to isolate the contents of exosomes and other extracellular vesicles?

January 11, 2017 More +
RNA profiling using a simple, complete workflow

RNA profiling using a simple, complete workflow

Anatomy - Pathology / Cytogenetics / Molecular Dia...

The study of RNA has evolved from the simplicity of the central dogma of molecular biology. There are now multiple known noncoding RNA species that directly regulate gene expression. To truly understand gene expression, exploring regulatory RNA, such as miRNA and lncRNA, is the key.

February 09, 2017 More +
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