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

Jacqueline Chan, Sabine Eckert, Lyudmila Georgieva and Graham Speight
Oxford Gene Technology (OGT)

Introduction

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

Research that generates detailed information about the genetic profile of each individual tumour will further our understanding and may be used in the future to guide treatment strategies1.

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