NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Baylor Genetics and Rainbow Genomics announced on Monday a partnership to offer clinical exome sequencing tests to patients in Asia.

Hong Kong-based Rainbow Genomics will offer screening and diagnostic exome sequencing-based tests developed by Baylor, including one to assess risk for developing a genetic disorder, a test to assess cancer risk, and a diagnostic cancer test. In addition, Rainbow will use Baylor's Consultagene service to offer bilingual genetic counseling in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Japanese.

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