Application Note

Quality Analysis of Circulating Cell-Free DNA from Indivumed Services' Plasma Sample Collection

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Cell-free circulating DNA (cfDNA) fragments are found in various body fluids, including blood plasma, urine, sputum, cerebrospinal fluid, pleural fluid, cyst fluid, and saliva. Molecular analysis of cell-free tumor DNA (ctDNA) from liquid biopsies is gaining importance in various oncology-related clinical applications such as diagnosis, prognosis, therapy selection, and/or monitoring.

Learn how we have implemented blood collection and plasma processing procedures to meet the need for high-quality cfDNA. In this study, the quality and quantity of plasma cfDNA isolated from blood collected from various patients within Indivumed Services’ Clinical Network was evaluated.

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  • How blood collection and plasma preparation was processed, using several methods for evaluation of concentration, yield, and quality of cfDNA.

  • The outcome of using isolation of cfDNAs from plasma samples and how using a control revealed low probably of gDNA contamination of cDNA from double spun plasma samples.

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