Emerging and Evolving Biomarkers: KRAS: Recent Findings, Laboratory Considerations, and Clinical Implications
Craig Mackinnon, MD, PhD
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Kurtis Davies, PhD
This webinar is part 7 of the Emerging and Evolving Biomarkers Series.
KRAS plays an important role in regulating cell growth and proliferation. It is commonly mutated in cancer, and recently targeted therapy is available for patients whose tumors harbors specific KRAS variants. This presentation will describe the role of KRAS in cellular signal transduction pathways, discuss different methods for testing KRAS for genetic variants, and review the clinical implications for cancers with KRAS mutation.
- Describe the KRAS signaling pathway
- Describe molecular testing methods utilized to detected variants in the KRAS gene
- Explain the clinical significance of KRAS variants
This program has been supported through educational grant funding provided by Amgen and Loxo Oncology at Lilly (for further information concerning Lilly grant funding visit www.lillygrantoffice.com.) Supporting companies had no control over its content. No personally-identifiable information regarding you is provided to any grant supporters.
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Last day to claim credit: December 31, 2022
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