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Progress and potential of RAS mutation detection for diagnostics and companion diagnostics.

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Summary of "Progress and potential of RAS mutation detection for diagnostics and companion diagnostics."

The importance of RAS mutation in carcinogenesis is established, and knowledge of an individual cancer's mutation status is important for optimal treatment.

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Name: Expert review of molecular diagnostics
ISSN: 1744-8352
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