Posts Tagged: NGS


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The details in the differences – painting a clearer picture of tumor heterogeneity

To say tumor biology is complex is an understatement. Not only can tumors vary genetically, phenotypically and metabolically, there are even differences in cells within a single tumor. Collectively, this is referred to as tumor heterogeneity, and is used as a basis for the classification of tumors into subtypes, predominantly based on cancer-specific genomic or… Read article →



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Webinar highlights – Maximizing miRNA-seq success from liquid biopsy samples

Development of markers that facilitate earlier and non-invasive diagnosis is a primary goal of disease research. This is where microRNAs come in. Studies have indicated that the expression levels of these non-coding RNA molecules are altered in disease states, including cancer and neurodegeneration. Evidence of their presence in biofluids means that their potential as important… Read article →