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Archer® FusionPlex® and VariantPlex® Archer® Immunoverse™ Assay Designer Software Archer® Analysis Quiver® Fusion Database

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Quiver® Fusion Database

Looking for published gene fusions? Curious if your detected fusion is really novel? The Archer® Quiver database is a database of 9,368 published gene fusion

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Workshop: AML mutation detection using error-corrected sequencing Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a clonally heterogeneous cancer where the landscape of mutations is highly variable between

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Assay Designer FAQs

Do I need to specify both fusion partners in order to detect fusions? No. ArcherDX’s Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) chemistry enables you to detect any

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Quiver® Fusion Database FAQs

What is the Quiver® Fusion Database? The Quiver Fusion Database is a compilation of known fusions from several public databases. Visit Quiver Fusion Database to learn

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Archer® Immunoverse FAQs

How deeply should I sequence my Immunoverse™ TCR or BCR libraries? How deeply you sequence your Immunoverse libraries depends on your application. Deeper sequencing will

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Archer technology is featured in >365 posters and peer reviewed publications. Featured Publications Development and Clinical Validation of a Large Fusion Gene Panel for Pediatric

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Tech Notes

95 MDAF: Modeling Noise in Archer® NGS Data with Per-Base Resolution for Statistically Informed, Position-Dependent Variant Calling Archer Analysis expresses LOD as the minimum allele

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