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Archer® FusionPlex® Pan-Heme Kit

The Archer FusionPlex Pan-Heme Kit is a targeted-enrichment assay that can be used to create libraries for next generation sequencing that detects and identifies over 199 genes relating to lymphoid and myeloid malignancies. Read More...
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Archer FusionPlex Pan-Heme Kit - 8 reactions

AB0017

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Accessory Products

Archer MBC Adapters A17-A24

SA0042

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Archer MBC Adapters A25-A32

SA0043

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Archer MBC Adapters A33-A40

SA0044

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Archer MBC Adapters A41-A48

SA0045

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Archer SureShot ALK, RET, ROS1 Fusion Controls

AK0035-4

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Archer SureShot Negative Fusion Controls

AK0036-4

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Product Highlights

The Archer FusionPlex Pan-Heme Kit is an Anchored Multiplex PCR-based (AMPTM) next-generation sequencing assay that detects and identifies fusions, point mutations, and expression levels from RNA input. The kit encompasses all the targets in the FusionPlex heme kits, amounting to over 199 genes relating to lymphoid and myeloid malignancies. By using gene-specific primers to amplify into molecular barcodes ligated onto the cDNA fragment ends, both known and novel fusions can be detected identified. Additionally, unique molecule identification enables expression detection in select genes

  • Targets key hotspots regions for simultaneous point mutation detection
  • Molecular barcode-enabled expression detection for key genes including immune checkpoint and DLBCL subtyping
  • Expression imbalance enabled in select genes for secondary fusion confirmation

Specifications

Product Literature

Report on FFPE Extraction Methods

White Paper | PDF 2 MB

PreSeq RNA QC Assay

White Paper | PDF < 1 MB

Archer Blood Cancer NGS Assays

Brochure | PDF < 1 MB

Archer FusionPlex NGS Assays

Brochure | PDF 2 MB

Archer FusionPlex NTRK Kit

Brochure | PDF 1 MB

Manuals and Support Information

All Archer FusionPlex Support 

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