Asuragen, MIND Institute Show Potential of Methylation PCR for Fragile X Testing | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Scientists from Asuragen and the University of California MIND Institute have published research demonstrating the ability of an Asuragen PCR-based assay to determine the methylation status of the FMR1 gene, a finding that the company said could improve diagnosis of FMR1-linked disorders such as fragile X syndrome.

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