Natera Launches Noninvasive Prenatal Test; Quest to Offer in Limited Areas by March, Nationwide in April | GenomeWeb

Quest Diagnostics has agreed to distribute Panorama, Natera's noninvasive targeted SNP sequencing-based test to diagnose fetal aneuploidies, following Natera's announcement of the commercial launch of the test this week.

According to the two companies, Quest will offer the opportunity to its physician clients to send samples to be forwarded to Natera's CLIA-certified lab for testing. Quest will offer the test in a limited number of states in March and then nationwide in April.

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