Asuragen’s Signature NPM1 Mutations Test, Qiagen’s HLA-B*5701 Test | GenomeWeb
Asuragen this week launched the Signature NPM1 Mutations Test for research use. The RT-PCR-based assay detects mutations A, B, and D in exon 12 of the nucleophosmin (NPM1) gene from cell line, whole blood, and bone marrow specimens.
According to Asuragen, it is one of two exclusive licensees to NPM1, a gene commonly mutated in patients in the early stages of acute myeloid leukemia.

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