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 Find Out What's NxT 

AACR Annual Meeting 2016 

April 16 - 20, 2016

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

New Orleans, Louisiana 


 

Presenting DEPArray™ NxT, the new powerful benchtop

instrument for automated recovery of 100% pure cells.

 

DEPArray technology enables one to isolate pure tumor and stromal cells from any FFPE sample, and to recover single circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood samples for complete and accurate analysis of cancer genome aberrations.
 

Visit our Booth #2513 to get an exclusive preview of our DEPArray NxT, and to learn how we can boost the value of your cancer genomic research. 


Attend Our Workshop

Tuesday, April 19 @ 10:00am-11:00am Spotlight Theater A - Hall J

"Digital sorting of 100% pure cancer cells: Resolving heterogeneity in FFPE samples
and liquid biopsies"

Speakers:
Caroline Dive, PhD - Deputy Director and Senior Group Leader Cancer Researck UK Manchester Institute Manchester, United Kingdom


Aldo Scarpa, MD, PhD - Director of the ARC-Net Research Centre for Applied Research on Cancer and Chair of the Department of Pathology and Diagnostics at the University and Hospital Trust of Verona, Italy


Don't miss Our Poster Presentations

Monday, April 18

@ 8:00am- 12:00pm
Section 21, Poster Board 5
"Isolation and analysis of pure intact tumor cell populations from FFPE: Implications for more precise HER2 FISH testing in breast cancer"

@ 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Section 28, Poster Board 24
"Scalable, rapid and affordable low-pass whole genome sequencing method for single-cell copy-number profiling on LM-PCR based WGA products"

Section 22, Poster Board 15
"Digital sorting and single-cell genomic profile comparison of lung adenocarcinoma CTCs between EpCAM and size-based enrichment methods"

Section 29, Poster Board 19
"Efficiency in recovery of pure tumor cell populations from limited tumor tissue specimens intended for clinical application"

Tuesday, April 19

@ 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Section 6, Poster Board 16
"Digital sorting rescues low-cellularity tumor FFPE samples for genome-wide copy-number profiling"