NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Hangzhou Berry Genomics has received premarket clearance from the Chinese Food and Drug Administration for its NextSeq CN500, a high-throughput sequencing instrument for non-invasive prenatal testing, and its NIPT kit, according to Berry partner Illumina.

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