Oxford Gene Technology has introduced a new array that it claims can be used in combination with clinical exome sequencing to improve diagnostic yield.

The CytoSure Medical Exome Array is an exon-focused chip capable of detecting medically relevant microdeletions and duplications in approximately 4,600 genes. Oxford, UK-based OGT designed the array with collaborators at Emory Genetics Laboratory in Atlanta. OGT and EGL have in recent years developed a menu of CytoSure Molecular Arrays that target genes associated with two dozen diseases and disorders.

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