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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – After launching the tissue-directed TruSight Oncology 500 panel late last year, Illumina has now cemented a partnership that, along with potential others, will validate the firm's comprehensive sequencing assay for an eventual liquid biopsy application.

Researchers from the Molecular Characterization Laboratory at the National Cancer Institute's Frederick National Laboratory said last month that they plan to use TSO 500 to support multiple clinical studies, assessing liquid biopsy samples from up to 7,000 subjects.

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