The complexity of cancer is vast, and it is critical to measure the network of biological interactions accurately and minimize inferences. When DNA mutations can be analyzed with protein expression, you can discover clonal networks otherwise obfuscated by bulk methods done in parallel. By connecting genotype to phenotype at the single-cell level, you can gain comprehensive insights into disease progression, development of resistance, and minimal residual disease (MRD).TALK TO A SCIENTIST
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For hematologic malignancies, simultaneous DNA and protein analysis from the same cell can resolve the zygosity of mutations, determine if mutations co-occur or are mutually exclusive, and correlate that to immunophenotypes. With these insights, phylogenetic trees can be reconstructed to determine the order of acquisition of these mutations. Fish plots show how clonal architecture changes throughout the course of treatment. And monitoring during remission poses great promise for sensitive MRD detection.
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