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Determining tumour mutation burden using Oncomine Tumour Mutation Load Assay

sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

The Pathologist and Thermo Fisher Scientific are giving you the opportunity to delve into tumour mutation burden, and one of the best ways to ascertain it – Oncomine Tumour Mutation Load Assay.

Dr José Carlos Machado, vice-president of the Institute of Molecular Pathology and Immunology at the University of Porto, will take you through the popularity of tumour mutation load as an immunotherapy biomarker, the optimal use for NGS panels for biomarkers, and more.

Learning objectives of webinar:
  • Why tumour mutation load is an emerging biomarker for immuno checkpoint therapy
  • How an NGS research target panel can be used to determine mutation load biomarker in 2 days workflow
  • Discuss how you can easily implement on clinical research samples in your laboratory

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