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The Reasons for Choosing Our Cancer Panels - CD Genomics
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Poster Title: The Reasons for Choosing Our Cancer Panels - CD Genomics
Submitted on 29 Dec 2020
Author(s): CD Genomics
Affiliations: CD Genomics
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Abstract: CD Genomics' cancer panels are predesigned panels for targeted sequencing of genes and mutations associated with multiple cancer diseases. CD Genomics utilizes targeted NGS sequencing technology to provide more efficient and accurate targeting of specific genes or mutations, and even to detect low-frequency variations in cancer-associated genes. Targeted NGS sequencing facilitates the sequencing of a large number of genes and samples in a single and cost-effective assay. CD Genomics provides a variety of cancer panels for your cancer-related research. Summary: CD Genomics' cancer panels are predesigned panels for targeted sequencing of genes and mutations associated with multiple cancer diseases. References: https://www.cd-genomics.com/diseasepanel/Report abuse »
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