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19:04 EDT 23rd April 2014 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Lab21 Launches New Lung Cancer Diagnostic Service

Cambridge, UK – 16 February 2012 - Lab21 Limited, the global specialist in personalised medicine and clinical diagnostics has launched a new Companion Diagnostic testing service for non-small cell lung cancer patients. The EML4-ALK companion diagnostic test for translocations in the ALK gene will allow physicians to select lung cancer patients likely to respond to ALK inhibitor therapy. The test uses proprietary PCR technology and will be performed in Lab21’s accredited laboratories in...

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Roche is the 5th largest pharmaceutical company in the world, based on annual sales, which were recorded at $36,017m in 2009. The pharmaceutical products of Roche are major players in the followin...

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This commentary explores the latest developments in next-generation sequencing technologies, and their potential impact on cancer diagnostics. What challenges remain? Expert Review of Molecular Diag...

Qiagen, Exosome Diagnostics to develop diagnostics for cancer

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Ultra-sensitive PointMan™ enables blood sampling instead of tissue biopsies for cancer patient mutation status assessment EKF Diagnostics, the global in vitro diagnostics business, an...

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Recently added to the BioPortfolio report store, Molecular Diagnostics in Cancer Testing - TMRMDC13-1101 is a new report from TriMark Publications published on 2013-10-31. This 232-page report is ava...

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