NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – B Braun Medical US and Tuebingen, Germany-based CeGaT today announced the launch of a US company offering next-generation sequencing-based diagnostics.

The new firm called B Braun CeGaT is based in B Braun Medical's headquarters in Bethlehem, Pa. and will offer CeGaT's diagnostic panels for evaluating all the genes that are associated with a patient's phenotype. The technology was launched in 2010 and is being made available in the US with the establishment of B Braun CeGaT.

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