NTRK gene fusions can drive unregulated cell growth and proliferation in a range of cancer types. Recently, these fusions have gained significant focus and attention in precision oncology clinical research.
Next-Generation Sequencing provides the most comprehensive view across a large number of genes and can identify NTRK gene fusions as well as other actionable alterations, with minimal sample tissue needed.
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Using the Cancer Genetics Inc. (CGI) testing model and case studies, you'll discover how to practice precision oncology in a way that ensures even challenging samples get tested, so you can achieve the best outcome for as many patients as possible.
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Dr. Liya Xu discusses her team’s work using liquid biopsy technology for breast cancer research.
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