Gain a deeper understanding of hematological diseases that only single-cell data can uncover, including co-occurrence and zygosity of mutations and clonal evolution. Use single-cell DNA-seq to identify novel biomarkers linked to therapeutic response, resistance, and relapse. In addition, the high sensitivity of rare subclones down to 0.1% allows for detection and monitoring of minimal residual disease (MRD).LEARN MORE
For hematological malignancies, particularly myeloid malignancies, simultaneous DNA and protein analysis from the same cell can resolve the zygosity of mutations within each cell, determine if mutations co-occur or are mutually exclusive, and correlate that to immunophenotypes. With this information, phylogenetic trees can be reconstructed to determine the clonality underlying the disease and determine the order of acquisition of these mutations. Fish plots show how the clonal architecture changes throughout the course of treatment. And, monitoring during clinical remission poses great promise for novel and sensitive MRD detection.
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Select panel content relevant to your specific sequencing applications to understand the nature of the disease and potential mechanisms of therapeutic resistance. We offer several catalog targeted panels for hematologic malignancies based on public databases and actionable clinical targets.
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