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Single-cell DNA Breast Cancer Research Panel

Breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in women, which like other cancers is caused by complex genetic mutations. As this complex disease evolves, understanding genetic variability — including mutation co-occurrence at the single-cell level — is vitally important in order for clinical researchers to break the cycle of treatment response, resistance, and relapse.

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Single-cell DNA Breast Cancer Research Panel

Advance your understanding of the genetic heterogeneity underpinning breast cancer by targeting 32 hotspot genes and 30 copy number variants and chromosome arm aneuploidies for single-cell sequencing. Carefully curated based on evidence from more than 15 databases such as COSMIC and reviewed by leading researchers of breast cancer, this panel is designed to cover some of the most commonly mutated genes associated with breast cancer, including BRCA1 and BRCA2.

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