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AlloSure Featured in Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine
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- Stable, healthy renal transplant recipients have a median AlloSure level of 0.21%.
- 96% of AlloSure results for stable, healthy renal transplant patients are below 1% dd-cfDNA.
- The reference change value RCV(%), for AlloSure is 61. This reference change value defines the relative change, between two sequential results from an individual that may be considered clinically significant.
This reference population was selected from the cohort of subjects enrolled in the DART study (Circulating Donor-Derived Cell-Free DNA in Blood for Diagnosing Acute Rejection in Kidney Transplant Recipients, NCT02424227) Rigorous demonstration of the assay analytical variation of the clinical-grade AlloSure assay used in this study was critical to these findings.
The link to the publication: http://jalm.aaccjnls.org/content/early/2017/03/13/jalm.2016.022731
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"Biological Variation of Donor-derived Cell-free DNA in Renal Transplant Recipients: Clinical Implications" by
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