Centogene CentoMD 3.1
Centogene has launched the CentoMD 3.1, the newest version of its genomic database. The company will report genetic information and clinical data from more than 100,000 people worldwide to the new version of the database. The database is the world's largest genetic database for rare genetic disorders. It maintains approximately three million identified alleles, disease-associated polymorphisms, benign polymorphisms, and other variants of undetermined significance.