Q&A: Mohammad Ilyas on PCR, High-Res Melting to Detect DNA Mutations in FFPE Tissue | GenomeWeb

Ilyas2.jpgDNA sequencing has become a go-to method for detecting genetic mutations in certain cancer tissue to determine whether patients will respond to a given treatment. However, it requires an investment of time and money that is often at odds with the resources of a typical pathology laboratory.

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