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The market for next-generation sequencing-based molecular diagnostic tests is poised to grow more than tenfold between 2012 and 2015, driven by non-invasive prenatal and oncology tests, most of them targeted, according to a recent report from research firm DeciBio.

Next-generation sequencing is helping to drive the emerging market in single-cell genomics, according to a report by Culver City, Calif.-based market research firm DeciBio.

The next-generation sequencing market is poised to grow 20 percent per year from around $1.2 billion currently to $2.1 billion by 2015, driven in large part by desktop sequencers, according to a recent report by Los Angeles-based market research firm DeciBio.

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