Genewiz Planning to Release Next-Gen Sequencing PGx Panel Next Month; Cancer Panel to Follow | GenomeWeb

Genewiz, a contract research organization specializing in sequencing and other genomic services, is branching out into the clinical sequencing and personalized medicine space and is planning to introduce two targeted sequencing-based tests in the coming months.

The first test is a pharmacogenomic panel, covering about 25 of the most clinically actionable PGx genes, and the other is an oncology panel designed to help guide therapeutic decision-making across all cancers.

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