Illumina Sketches Strategy to Push NGS into Reproductive Health, Disease Testing, Oncology | GenomeWeb

Illumina last week provided a glimpse into its strategy to establish next-generation sequencing in clinical markets, including plans to submit non-invasive prenatal tests on the HiSeq 2500, MiSeq, and NextSeq 500 to regulatory authorities, to launch a preimplantation genetic screening test called VeriSeq and an HLA typing product on the MiSeq, and to partner with pharmaceutical companies and oncology experts to develop targeted cancer genomics tests.

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