Ohio State University's Pathology Lab to Use GenomOncology's Workbench for NGS Cancer Panels | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – GenomOncology said this week that the pathology department at Ohio State University's college of medicine is using the GO Clinical Workbench to support its next-generation sequencing-based cancer panels.

"The GO Clinical Workbench has helped us reduce the time to develop a clinically actionable report from half a day to less than an hour," Pamela Groen, a laboratory manager at Ohio State, said in a statement.

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