Year of Award:
Biospecimen Science Technologies
HAGEDORN, CURT H.
Other PI or Project Leader:
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
The presence and quantity of specific RNA polymerase (Pol) II transcripts in biospecimens, that reflect gene expression patterns, are increasingly being used as biomarkers to make major patient care decisions (e.g., MammaPrintTM, array assay for 70 mRNAs)