Mass General Taps PerkinElmer to Develop Bioinformatics Platform for Cancer Sequencing Assay | GenomeWeb

PerkinElmer is developing a custom bioinformatics platform for Massachusetts General Hospital as part of an effort at MGH to move a PCR-based cancer genotyping assay to a next-generation sequencing platform.

MGH researchers will use the software to analyze data for an NGS-based cancer genotyping assay it is developing for use in the research setting, though the hospital intends to move it into clinical use within the next year and a half.

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