Swift Biosciences recently launched myT KRAS, the third product in its myT Primer menu of reagents to detect cancer mutations.

The myT KRAS kit provides 1 percent sensitivity for seven key mutations in codons 12 and 13 with little or no breakthrough from wild type, resulting in an assay with a definitive yes/no answer over a wide dynamic range, Swift said.

The assay works well with both frozen and formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded samples, and each package includes sufficient reagents to test 30 samples, the company said.

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