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New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Bio-Rad, Karius, Intermountain Healthcare, More

Bio-Rad Bio-Plex Pro Human Cytokine Screening Panel

Bio-Rad Laboratories has launched the Bio-Plex Pro Human Cytokine Screening Panel, a multiplex assay that can identify and quantify 48 different analytes linked to heart disease, autoimmunity and allergy, cancer, and other conditions.

The panel detects targets related to adaptive immunity cytokines, pro-inflammatory cytokines, and anti-inflammatory cytokines, all in a single well. It is available in a 96-well kit format that includes premixed magnetic capture beads and detection antibodies, multiplexed standards and controls, secondary antibodies for fluorescence detection, and buffers. The panel is compatible with the Bio-Plex MAGPIX Multiplex Reader, Bio-Plex 200 and Bio-Plex 3D Multiplex Immunoassay Systems, LX200 Instrument, and Flexmap 3D System, and data can be managed and analyzed using Bio-Plex Manager and Bio-Plex Data Pro Software.


Karius NGS Pathogen Test

Karius has launched a quantitative version of its next-generation sequencing-based test that identifies microbial cell-free DNA in blood. According to the company, the test can identify DNA from more than 1,000 pathogens including bacteria, DNA viruses, fungi, mold, and protozoa.


Intermountain Healthcare RxMatch Comprehensive Panel

Intermountain Precision Genomics Core Laboratory said its RxMatch Comprehensive Panel has expanded to 97 gene targets from 36. Originally launched last September as an antidepressant panel, it now includes opioids, statins, immunosuppresants, antidepressants, and other targets. Patients provide a DNA sample with a cheek swab collected in a physician's office, and results are available within about a week. Intermountain Precision Genomics Core Laboratory is part of Intermountain Healthcare.


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The Scan

New Study Investigates Genomics of Fanconi Anemia Repair Pathway in Cancer

A Rockefeller University team reports in Nature that FA repair deficiency leads to structural variants that can contribute to genomic instability.

Study Reveals Potential Sex-Specific Role for Noncoding RNA in Depression

A long, noncoding RNA called FEDORA appears to be a sex-specific regulator of major depressive disorder, affecting more women, researchers report in Science Advances.

New mRNA Vaccines Offer Hope for Fighting Malaria

A George Washington University-led team has developed mRNA vaccines for malaria that appear to provide protection in mice, as they report in NPJ Vaccines.

Unique Germline Variants Found Among Black Prostate Cancer Patients

Through an exome sequencing study appearing in JCO Precision Oncology, researchers have found unique pathogenic or likely pathogenic variants within a cohort of Black prostate cancer patients.