QIAGEN at AMP Europe 2018 Video: NGS Assay Development Lead Dr. Simon Hughes discusses recent studies for the QIAact Lung All in One panel and the Myeloid panel for the GeneReader NGS workflow at AMP Europe 2018.
Posts Tagged: lung cancer
Recent statistics have placed lung cancers as the second most common form of cancer and by far the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women (1). With poor survival rates using current treatments, gaining a better understanding of the underlying molecular drivers of lung cancers has been the focus of numerous research… Read article →
ALK gene rearrangements have been described in 3–5% of lung adenocarcinomas (ADC), and the presence of dysregulated ALK has been described in at least 18 cancer types (reviewed in 1). Since lung cancer is a common type of cancer, an estimated 70,000 cases of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) which have ALK genomic alterations occur… Read article →