Life Tech Expands CastPCR Mutation Detection Assays to Include 21 Additional Cancer Genes | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Life Technologies this week announced the expansion of its TaqMan Mutation Detection Assays based on competitive allele-specific TaqMan, or Cast, PCR technology.

The company now offers TaqMan Mutation Detection Assays for 241 of the most common mutations in 21 important cancer genes on top of the company's previous commercial assays, introduced about a year ago, for detecting mutations in the KRAS, BRAF, and EGFR genes.

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