NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Australia's SA Pathology has received National Association of Testing Authorities accreditation to perform whole-exome sequencing services.

The firm said its genetics and molecular pathology laboratory, in collaboration with the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) and the University of South Australia, is the first facility in Australia to receive accreditation for whole-exome sequencing services. The lab has also received accreditation for next-generation sequencing gene panels targeting disease.

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