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Cancer Diagnostics – Multimedia

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Revealing the Combinatorial Power of Genetic and Epigenetic Information for Early Cancer Detection

In this episode we discuss how the combination of both genetic and epigenetic information within a single DNA sample can provide key insights on the dynamic interactions that are occurring, offering significant advantages in many research areas.
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Unlocking the Potential of Genetics and Epigenetics for Early Cancer Detection

In this Teach me in 10 episode we will explore how simultaneous sequencing of genetic and epigenetic bases in cfDNA allows for early cancer detection.
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Early Detection of Bladder Cancer with Oncuria

In this video, Dr. Charles Rosser, a board-certified urologist discusses the development of Oncuria for the early detection of bladder cancer.
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Fully Automated Image-Based Single-Cell Isolation and Picking

Download this app note to learn how you can select 20 individual CTCs in 10 minutes, this approach can be used for DNA, RNA or proteome analysis as well as how these target cells are selected and isolated in high purity from heterogenous backgrounds.
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Optimizing Results from Nucleic Acid Isolation

Analyzing nucleic acids provides insights into a variety of biological processes. However, the quality of your isolated DNA or RNA has a direct impact on the success of your genomic techniques and applications.
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From the OR to the Microbiology Lab: Advanced Development of the MasSpec Pen for Broad Clinical Use

Ambient ionization mass spectrometry techniques that enable direct, gentle, and rapid analysis of samples offer exciting opportunities to provide clinicians with rich molecular data to enhance decision-making. Here, an overview of several ongoing clinical projects in the Eberlin laboratory related to the development of a handheld MS-based device, the MasSpec Pen technology, for improving patient care will be discussed. In particular, I will describe results centered around our efforts in employing the MasSpec Pen for intraoperative tissue analysis and cancer detection, identification of infectious microorganisms, and detection of drugs of abuse.
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Development and Implementation of Clinical Proteomics for Precision Oncology Applications and Therapeutic Drug Development

Speaking at The Landscape of Cancer Research 2021, Prof. Emanuel Petricoin from The George Mason University, presented his talk on pharmacoproteomics.
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Advancing Cancer Research With Genetic Analysis Tools

Download this eBook to explore how these new technologies have enabled some of the most recent discoveries in areas such as molecular mechanisms of cancer, cancer biomarkers as well as vaccines and therapeutics to tackle cancer.
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App Note / Case Study

Contract Manufacturing for a Novel Metabolism-Based Liquid Biopsy

When it comes to cancer, diagnosis often relies on tissue biopsy in conjunction with medical imaging. In addition to sometimes being inconclusive, tissue biopsies are associated with risks, high costs and inconvenience for patients, making them ill-suited for screening or tracking disease progression.
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Automated Nucleic Acid Sample QC in NGS Workflows

At various points throughout the NGS workflow, QC steps are recommended to avoid time and resource wasting, and to help prevent suboptimal sequencing data.
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