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.

Cation suppression in ion chromatography

Cation suppression in ion chromatography

Anatomy - Pathology / Cytogenetics / Molecular Dia...

Trace analysis of cations, amines, and transition metals is possible with or without suppression. However, some applications require particularly high sensitivity of the analysis.

March 21, 2016 More +
Antibody products against PEG from Abcam!

Antibody products against PEG from Abcam!

Anatomy - Pathology / Cytogenetics / Molecular Dia...

Polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a synthetic polymer composed of repeating ethylene glycol (-CH2-CH2-O-) units. It has low toxicity, is strongly hydrophilic and has a large exclusion volume in aqueous solution. The covalent attachment of PEG (PEGylation) is commonly used to modify a variety of proteins and drugs. PEGylation can offer several benefits including decreased immunogenicity, increased bioavailability, and optimized pharmacokinetics5.

 

 

April 15, 2019 More +
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