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ACRI scientists are looking for the 'red flags' that identify a cancer cell (so-called "biomarkers") using cDNA microarray technology (AMF) and Next-Generation Sequencing, which permits the identification of cancer-specific genes due to changes in their levels in cancer cells versus normal cells, or in cancer patients versus healthy individuals Using an approach known as bioinformatics, ACRI scientists analyse the gene expression data derived from cDNA microarrays and Next-Generation sequencing experiments to zero-in on important cancer biomarkers.


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