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September 18, 2018
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Horizon Discovery

Validation and Internal QC of Clinical NGS to Support an Accredited Diagnostic Workflow

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In this webinar, Kevin Balbi, head of bioinformatics at Sarah Cannon Molecular Diagnostics, will discuss the validation of targeted sequencing panels on the Ion Torrent platform using Horizon Discovery’s Tru-Q controls. He will also discuss how those controls are being used for ongoing internal quality control (IQC) and how this has supported a recent laboratory inspection by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service under ISO15189.

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