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Oncology | Blood Cancer

BCR::ABL1 Mbcr testing, whenever you need it

BCR::ABL1 Mbcr fusion gene in CML monitoring

More than 95% of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) cases have the BCR::ABL1 fusion gene.

Measuring BCR::ABL1 Mbcr levels enables oncologist-hematologists monitor CML effectively and make better informed management decisions. With the International Scale (IS) standardization of BCR::ABL1 Mbcr measurements, all providers on the patient journey can be sure they’re on the same page. BCR::ABL1 Mbcr testing also helps researchers advance CML clinical research.

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Reliably quantify BCR::ABL1 Mbcr transcripts

Our solutions let you reliably detect and quantify BCR::ABL1 Mbcr levels directly to the WHO International Scale (IS).

With the BCR::ABL1 Mbcr testing kits, you can be sure of:

  • Reliable quantitative detection of BCR::ABL1 Mbcr e14a2 (b3a2) & e13a2 (b2a2)  fusion gene transcripts
  • Direct results alignment on the international scale in every run and reporting molecular response status
  • Inter-lab harmonization in CML monitoring
  • Consistent results and increased lab efficiency
  • An Integrated, ready-to-use workflow that saves time and lowers costs

When CML research applications require the quantitative detection of BCR::ABL1 Mbcr e14a2 (b3a2) & e13a2 (b2a2)fusion gene transcripts on the IS, our BCR-ABL1 Mbcr RGQ RT-PCR and ipsogen BCR-ABL1 Mbcr IS-MMR kits will deliver.

In line with established HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) recommendations for the fusion gene nomenclature (Bruford EA, et al. Leukemia. 2021, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41375-021-01436-6), we are implementing use of italics and double colon (::) for fusion genes designation (e.g. BCR::ABL1). However historical nomenclature (e.g. BCR-ABL1) may persist in our materials.