ISCA Changes Name to be More Inclusive of Sequencing Community, Clinical Geneticists | GenomeWeb

The International Standards for Cytogenomic Arrays consortium has changed its name to reflect new collaborations with laboratories that rely mainly on next-generation sequencing, as well as with clinical geneticists for whom data interpretation and counseling, rather than technology, is paramount.

ISCA co-founder Christa Lese Martin told BioArray News that the organization will now be called the International Collaboration for Clinical Genomics to reflect this widened focus.

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