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Bio-Rad Introduces Microsatellite Instability Assay for Colorectal Cancer
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Bio-Rad Introduces Microsatellite Instability Assay for Colorectal Cancer

Bio-Rad Introduces Microsatellite Instability Assay for Colorectal Cancer
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Bio-Rad Introduces Microsatellite Instability Assay for Colorectal Cancer

Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) Assay

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Bio-Rad’s Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) Microsatellite Instability (MSI) RUO Assay is available for early access customers. The ddPCR MSI assay can be completed in one day on a ddPCR-based platform to quantify the level of MSI present in colorectal tumors. Using either a blood or FFPE sample, the assay quantitatively identifies mutations in five loci that lead to identification of MSI status. Colorectal tumors that test positive for MSI-high are candidates for treatment with immune-checkpoint inhibitors. Bio-Rad’s assay is simple, highly sensitive and provides a standardized output that does not require a pathologist’s interpretation. The test can use patient blood samples in the absence of tumor tissue and does not require matched normal tissue or normal blood samples. Visit our website for more information.

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