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Multiplexing Finds Diverse Applications
Non-PCR Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Digital Assays Draw the Attention of Research Scientists
- While numerous challenges exist in exploring the biology of disease identification and classification via multiplexing approaches, improvements in high-throughput technology bode well for new clinical offerings. This was one of the main take-home messages at two conferences that looked at multiplexing for research in areas such as cancer biomarkers, ...
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