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Querying RAS: How a Multiplex Assay Became a Robust Transcriptional Readout for HTS
In Q&A, scientists describe development and offer multiplexing tips
A few years ago, scientists at Merck & Co were looking for a better way to evaluate the activity of the RAS-MAPK pathway, which is particularly important for cancer development and can also signal susceptibility or resistance to emerging therapies. They used the Thermo Fisher QuantiGene™ Plex Gene Expression multiplex assay, based on xMAP® Technology, to develop a 26-gene signature to measure RAS activity.
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