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EGFR G719S 8% FFPE Reference Standard

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Quantitative Molecular FFPE Reference Standards are critical for controlling the limit of detection of your molecular assay on a day-to-day basis.

FFPE Reference Standards are available with 50%, 20%, 5%, 1% or 0% mutant allelic frequency.
Product EGFR G719S 8% FFPE Reference Standard
Company Horizon Diagnostics
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Catalog Number HD 122
Quantity FFPE Section. Containing 400ng - 700ng extractable DNA
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