NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cancer Genetics this week said that three of its tests have been included in the National Institutes of Health's Genetic Testing Registry, a searchable online registry of genetic tests. The company's tests now in the registry are FHACT, a FISH-based HPV-associated cancer test; UroGenRA-Kidney, a CGH microarray test for diagnosing and subtyping renal cell carcinoma; and MatBA, a panel for mature B-cell neoplasms.

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