Molecular Diagnostics in the Clinical Laboratory

March 28, 2024
Learn how clinical laboratories can use a combination of technologies to create a comprehensive and robust molecular diagnostic framework that aligns with the evolving demands of modern healthcare.

This paper from Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions reviews the clinical laboratory applications of five key molecular diagnostics technologies: real-time PCR (qPCR), digital PCR (dPCR), chromosomal microarrays (CMAs), Sanger sequencing (SS), and next generation sequencing (NGS). Download this whitepaper to explore use cases, cost-effectiveness, regulatory considerations, data interpretation, and clinical utility.  Learn about three examples where a combination of different molecular diagnostics technologies are needed for the same clinical scenario.