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Personalised liquid biopsy for patient monitoring

Sample type:

Liquid biopsy

2 blood samples

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OncoFOLLOW: The first personalised liquid biopsy in the market

Monitor the progression and detect lack of response

OncoFOLLOW is a test based on the analysis of circulating tumor DNA in blood. It is used to monitor the progression of the tumor (burden of the disease) and to detect lack of response or resistance to treatment as soon as it appears.

This assay is customised for each patient, as it analyses up to 15 variants previously identified in the tumour of the patient. In addition, it sequences a fixed panel of 40 genes associated with response/resistance to targeted therapies and immunotherapy, and/or frequently mutated in cancer.

In 2013, OncoDNA became the first company to launch a personalised liquid biopsy test.

Sample Type:

Liquid biopsy

Recommended for:

  • All stage IV solid tumours in adults that have been previously sequenced (either with OncoDEEP or OncoSTRAT&GO, or with any other test sequencing more than 100 genes).

Genes panel:

  • • 40 genes
  • • Up to 15 variants previously identified in the tumour


2 blood samples (2x10ml Streck tubes)

A personalised and unique gene panel is created for each patient

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Complete solution integrating the analysis of solid and liquid biopsies

OncoSTRAT&GO is an integrated approach that combines the analyses of a solid biopsy (by next-generation sequencing (313 genes), IHCs and additional tests) with the analysis of a blood biopsy. The blood profiling focuses either on the circulating tumor DNA (for deciphering tumor heterogeneity) or in DNA from blood cells (for studying specific germline gene alterations related to BRCAness phenotype that are challenging to detect in FFPE samples). OncoSTRAT&GO establishes a complete genetic profile of the tumor, which can be used to identify sensitivity or resistance to targeted therapies, hormonal therapies, chemotherapies and immunotherapies.

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Ordering an OncoFOLLOW test is very simple: Just log in to OncoSHARE and select the diagnostic test(s) you are interested in. If you do not have a kit for sample collection, we will send you one.

After sample processing and interpretation by our expert team, a comprehensive report will be available for you on OncoSHARE. In a simple and interactive manner, it will help you with the selection of the most appropriate treatments based on the unique signature of your patient's tumour. Moreover, you will also be able to share the report with your colleagues.

For information regarding the price of our OncoFOLLOW tests in your respective country, please contact our sales team.

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