Ambry Genetics Ramping Up Testing Volume With Recently Opened 'Super Lab' | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – After opening its brand new "Super Lab" in February, Ambry Genetics has been able to triple the number of tests it processes daily.

"We have never been able to catch up to our volumes," Ambry President Charles Dunlop told GenomeWeb in a recent interview. Meantime, Sharon Mexal, senior director of clinical operations at the company, noted that "basic storage of samples and DNA was limiting us in our day-to-day capacity."

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