SCREENING AND EARLY CANCER DETECTION • REAL TIME MONITORING OF CANCER THERAPY
Dying cancer cells shed very small amount of DNA into blood. Gene-sequencing machines decode millions of short fragments of DNA that are loose in the bloodstream. The results are compared with a reference map of the human genome to identify the specific patterns of rearranged DNA (mutations in genes) associated with cancer. The assay provides highly accurate mutation identification.
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