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Paper Review: Detection of copy number alterations in cell-free tumor DNA from plasma

Liquid Biopsy, the detection of circulating tumor DNA in peripheral blood, has been a hot topic in cancer and will keep its momentum in the foreseeable future.

How are systematic correction files used for correcting probe values?

A while back we discussed what systematic correction is and how the files are created to apply this to your data. As a follow up, today we'll explain how the content of systematic correction files are used.

Back from China with a Partnership with Be Creative

BioDiscovery inked a deal with Be Creative Lab (Beijing) Co. Ltd. where Be Creative will be the sole reseller and distributor of BioDiscovery products in China. Be Creative is a clinical genetic testing center in Beijing, China, providing diagnostic support for a number of hospitals. Be Creative debuted NxClinical 4.0 at the Clinical Applications Conference which focused on comprehensive application of SNP-Array, NGS and other technology platforms to enhance clinical diagnostics. The conference, hosted by Be Creative, brought together 200 clinical genetics experts.

Nexus Copy Number – Casting a Wide Net

Nexus Copy Number has been used to work on a variety of organisms, including canines, monkeys, plants, humans, and more. View these highlighted publications.

Recent Advances in Clinical Genetics Uncovered Causative Alterations for Several Rare Diseases

Research advances in clinical genetics recently uncovered the causative alterations for several rare diseases. Evaluate your clinical samples with ease for copy number alteration, sequence variants or both using NxClinical 3.0.

Comparison of CNV detection from whole-exome sequencing (WES) as compared with SNP microarray

WES and SNP arrays detect concordant gene-level alterations. Learn how CNV detection from whole-exome sequencing (WES) compares with SNP microarray.