Complete Views Inova Contract as First of Many Healthcare Deals, Expects CLIA Certification in 2012 | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

This story was originally published Aug. 4.

A new sequencing contract with the Inova Translational Medicine Institute is a sign of things to come for Complete Genomics, according to CEO Cliff Reid.

In a conference call to discuss the company's second-quarter financial results last week, Reid said that the agreement is a "game-changer" because it marks "the first contract that has been signed with a healthcare provider to do complete human genome sequencing."

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