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Workshop: Implementing NGS to quantify human and pathogen tumor markers in plasma and tissue

Margaret Gulley, MD from the UNC School of Medicine describes her group’s method to quantify cancer mutations alongside tumor-related viral and bacterial pathogens in plasma and FFPE tissue using modified off-the-shelf Archer® NGS reagents combined with Archer® Analysis bioinformatics. She will discuss analytic and clinical interpretation criteria and the value of molecular barcodes and noise reduction algorithms in patient and control DNA.

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Plasma Mutation Panel

In this AMP™ 2017 workshop, Dr. Margaret L. Gulley from the UNC School of Medicine describes her ability to confidently detect variants and viral markers in plasma DNA using targeted NGS coupled with powerful bioinformatics.

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FLT3-ITD Detection With Archer® Blood Cancer Tests

The molecular landscape of leukemia and lymphoma has expanded exponentially in the last two decades, and the complexity and scope of biomarkers makes molecular analysis difficult for any single approach. Archer® FusionPlex®and VariantPlex® tests are powered by Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) target enrichment chemistry to detect multiple mutation types and gene expression profiling in a single sample.

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AMP™ is Better: Strand Specificity

See how Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) chemistry is better than traditional opposing primer-based enrichment, because strand-specific priming allows you to identify and correct for deamination events that would otherwise lease to false-positive results.

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Comprehensive Tumor Profiling

Learn how using Archer™ FusionPlex™ RNA tests and VariantPlex™ DNA tests in parallel makes it possible to generate comprehensive target-enriched libraries for next-generation sequencing (NGS) to detect clinically relevant fusions, CNVs, SNVs and indels.

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