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Next-generation sequencing pinpoints multiple mutations

from Medscape

A typical cytology specimen contains sufficient DNA for next-generation sequencing, report researchers who suggest the tiny tissue samples should be routinely tested. Cytology specimens, such as fine-needle aspiration samples, commonly used for diagnosing primary and metastatic cancers, are typically tested for one biomarker at a time, lead investigator Christopher Hartley, M.D., from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, explained to Medscape Medical News. more

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