This story was originally published Nov. 3.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – An early adopter of clinical sequencing, the Inova Translational Medicine Institute has now sequenced more than 7,000 genomes for a variety of translational research projects, and is looking to implement whole-genome sequencing as a way to augment newborn screening.

In addition, the company wants to launch targeted sequencing diagnostic panels, as well as an exome and/or a whole-genome sequencing test, according to Benjamin Solomon, chief of the division of medical genomics at Inova.

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