October 24, 2018
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What's the Best Technology for Rare Allele Detection in Pathology Research?


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A variety of technology choices are emerging as potential solutions for the identification of mutations in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tumor samples and cell-free DNA for liquid biopsy analysis.

In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Karl Kashofer, head of the diagnostic genome analysis laboratory at the Medical University of Graz, describes an evaluation of digital PCR and targeted next generation sequencing for potential use in biomarker discovery and monitoring of pathology research samples.

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