NTRK Fusion Detection

NTRK fusions are critical events in cancer genomics and are notoriously difficult to detect. Archer® FusionPlex® next-generation sequencing (NGS) tests provide sensitive NTRK fusion detection without prior knowledge of fusion partners.

NGS Library preparation methods for fusion detection

RNA-based
amplicon

DNA-based
hybrid capture

RNA-based
hybrid capture

FusionPlex assay (RNA)
Low input requirement
Recurrent fusion detection
Novel fusion detection
Sensitivity
Simple workflow
Rapid turn-around time
Low cost to adopt
Customizable

Archer FusionPlex NGS Assays

Comprehensive Fusion Detection

Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) chemistry utilizes open-ended targeted amplification to identify gene fusions whether or not the fusion partner is known.

simple, lyophilized workflow

Easy-to-handle lyophilized reagents and a simple workflow minimize errors and reduce turn-around time.

Analysis

Be confident in your results by using Archer Analysis. A simple user interface provides in-line visualization and clear reporting. Analysis also allows for third party integration and deploys securely to the cloud or on a local server.

NTRK-CONTAINING

FusionPlex Panels

  • 14 Genes
  • .5M Reads
  • 75 Genes
  • 3M Reads
  • 53 Genes
  • 3M Reads

Build your own or modify any of the above assays.

  • 4-5 Weeks
Get Started With

FusionPlex NGS Assays

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