Dr. Gaorav Gupta from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine presented his research associated with Sensitive Assays to Detect Mutant ESR1 in Plasma Circulating Tumor DNA from Breast Cancer Patient Samples at the Next Gen DX Meeting:
In this video, Gaorav Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Division of Radiation Oncology at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine, shares his experiences with the only unified instrument for NGS Enrichment and Digital PCR.
Learn how Dr. Pillai and team at BSRI are developing blood-based assays and protocols for the precise measurement of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) latent reservoir using RainDance’s RainDrop® Digital PCR and ThunderBolts™ NGS Enrichment Systems. As part of this project, BSRI
Pamela Ward Ph.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology at Keck School of Medicine of USC, discussed a Comparison of Sample Prep Kits for dPCR and NGS Workflows at the 2015 RainDance User Group Meeting.
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