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Somatic Cancer

A somatic tumor, also known as a sporadic tumor or non-inherited tumor, is a type of tumor that arises from somatic cells in the body. Somatic cells make up the majority of an individual's body and are responsible for forming tissues and organs but do not give rise to eggs or sperm. Somatic tumors are not directly related to inherited genetic mutations and are not passed on to future generations.

What can do

Dxome CLIA Laboratory provides a comprehensive analysis genomic abnormalities for the detection of multiple cancers. The panels incorporate SNV, InDel, CNV, RNA-fusion, Microsatellite Instability (MSI), Tumor Mutation Burden (TMB) for a complete coverage of cancer detection.




Somatic Cancer Panels

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