Following State Permit, NY Genome Center's Clinical Lab Prepares to Submit Exome, Genome Tests | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — The New York Genome Center's new clinical laboratory has obtained a permit from the New York State Department of Health and is preparing to submit its first clinical sequencing test — an exome test for inherited disorders — to the state this month, Clinical Sequencing News has learned.

By the end of this year, the lab plans to also submit a whole-genome test for inherited, or constitutional, disorders and a whole-genome and transcriptome test for cancer.

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