Case Study – A new NGS-based method for chimerism monitoring

Published: November 6, 2020

New methods for mixed chimerism analytics are transforming post-transplant monitoring, enabling earlier detection of relapse and initiation of treatment to improve and save the lives of transplanted patients.

Dr. Dan Hauzenberger, Medical Director, Section of Transplantation Immunology at Sweden’s Karolinska University Hospital, shares why Karolinska decided to replace their STR-PCR and qPCR methods with a single, NGS-based method and what benefits they achieved by doing so in this new case study from Devyser.

Read the case study here: A new NGS-based method for chimerism monitoring

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