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Deep Proteomic Profiling of Subregions within the Tumor Microenvironment Using Novel MALDI Guided SpatialOMx®

| Contributed by Bruker

The timsTOF fleX system bridges a current gap by providing MALDI Imaging and in-depth proteomics analysis in just one instrument.

OncoKDM Lite: Improving TSO500 data interpretation accuracy from VCF files in oncology routine practice

| Contributed by OncoDNA

This app note aims to demonstrate how labs can streamline large panels (TSO500) NGS interpretation.

Alissa Clinical Informatics Platform Compendium 2nd Edition

| Contributed by Agilent

A collection of studies about how Alissa delivers a single workflow of CGH and NGS data from sample to report.

Delivering precision health: the role of molecular diagnostics

| Contributed by GE

This white paper discusses molecular diagnostics approaches which are now instrumental in delivering precision health to patients.

NGS technology: Trends and clinical applications

| Contributed by GE

White paper discussing DNA sequencing using next-generation technologies in e.g. reproductive health, oncology, and Mendelian diseases.

Comparison of cfDNA Reference Material Prepared using Enzymatic Fragmentation or Sonication for the Validation of Liquid Biopsy Assays

| Contributed by Horizon

Liquid biopsies hold great promise to revolutionize the field of clinical oncology testing.

Identifying Collagen Fiber Types I and III Stained with Picrosirius Red Using the BX53 Microscope Equipped with Olympus’ High Luminosity and High Color Rendering LED

| Contributed by Olympus Europa

To observe collagen fibers, samples can be stained with Masson trichrome (MT), Elastica van Gieson (EVG), or Elastica Masson (E-M).

The Analysis of FFPE Samples by Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) of Key Genes for Research into Breast and Ovarian Cancer

| Contributed by Oxford Gene Technology

One of the challenges in cancer research is the high level of genetic complexity and tumour heterogeneity.

Assessment of the performance of a hybridisation-based NGS enrichment panel with as little as 10 ng of severely formalin-compromised DNA

| Contributed by Oxford Gene Technology

DNA reference standards with different levels of formalin-induced damage were hybridised and sequenced with a SureSeqTM custom NGS panel.

Selecting the best NGS enrichment assay for your needs

| Contributed by Oxford Gene Technology

Next generation sequencing (NGS) is now in routine use for a broad range of research and clinical applications.

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