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Caris Life Sciences nimmt Next-Generation Sequencing zur Verbesserung des evidenzbasierten Tumorprofilierungsservices für Krebspatienten auf
Date:1/28/2013

ebnisse bei einem kleineren Prozentsatz von Krebspatienten bieten, aber der behandelnde Arzt sieht nur einen Teil des gesamten molekularen Bildes. Im Gegensatz dazu bietet Caris eine aussagekräftigere Biomarkeranalyse und stellt erheblich bessere Ergebnisse durch eine gründliche Untersuchung wichtiger Biomarker in der Krebsbahn bereit. Des Weiteren erlaubt der Ansatz von Caris die Einhaltung der FDA-Kennzeichnung bei genehmigten begleitdiagnostischen Verfahren."

Mit bis heute über 45,000 profilierten Patienten besitzt Caris Life Sciences die umfassendste Sammlung von Biomarkerprofilen der gesamten Branche. Weit über die ganz offensichtlichen Auswirkungen auf die Forschung hinausgehend, bietet diese umfassende Datenbank Klinikern wichtige Informationen über das Vorkommen von Biomarkern in unerwarteten Krankheitsstadien und erlaubt es ihnen, personalisierte, maßgeschneiderte Therapien für ihre Patienten auszuwählen.

Über Caris Life Sciences
Caris Life Sciences ist ein führendes biowissenschaftliches Unternehmen, das sich auf die Einführung von personalisierter Medizin konzentriert. Der Molecular Intelligence™ Service (MI Profile™) von Caris vergleicht molekulare Daten, die vom Tumor eines Patienten erzeugt werden, mit den Biomarkern/Arzneimittelassoziationen der führenden klinischen Krebsliteratur der Welt. Der Service verwendet dabei die fortschrittlichsten und klinisch relevantesten Technologien, um Ärzte mit Informationen zu versorgen, die sie bei der Auswahl jener personalisierten Krebstherapien unterstützen, die wahrscheinlich bei den Patienten erfolgreich sein werden. Caris entwickelt ebenfalls eine Reihe von Bluttests, die auf der Carisome® Plattform aufbauen - eine blutbasierte Prüftechnik für die Diagnose, Prognose und Theranose von Krebs und anderen komplexen Erkran
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