Genomic Health Plans to Move Next-Gen Sequencing into Commercial Test Development within Two Years | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This story was originally published Feb. 17.

Genomic Health plans to eventually move its molecular diagnostics testing platform from quantitative RT-PCR to next-generation sequencing, the company reported this month in an earnings call with investors.

Near term, Genomic Health expects next-gen sequencing to have an impact on biomarker identification, but over the next two to four years, the company plans to move the technology into its commercial development process.

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