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Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer

Summary Information: Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer

Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer: A gene profiling assay system for breast cancer is a laboratory method used to analyze the expression profile of a specific set of genes in breast cancer cells in order to determine the prognosis for breast cancer metastasis (breast cancer that spreads to a distant location).

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer

These diseases are related to the medical device Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer:

  • Breast cancer prognosis (risk for recurrence or metastasis)

Other Names For Gene profiling assay system for breast cancer

  • Multivariate device for breast cancer prognosis
  • In vitro diagnostic multivariate index assay (IVDMIA)
  • MammaPrint®
  • Breast cancer nucleic acid assay system
  • Breast cancer DNA assay system

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