Startup Parabase Genomics Targets Late 2013 Launch for Targeted Sequencing Neonatal Test | GenomeWeb

Clinical sequencing startup Parabase Genomics announced this month that it is developing a targeted sequencing test for neonates suspected to be suffering from genetic diseases.

Parabase's CEO Andy Bhattacharjee discussed the company's plans for what it calls the Lifetime test at the Consumer Genetics Conference earlier this month.

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