MCW Team Planning Mid-Year Launch for 35-Gene PGx Panel on Ion Torrent PGM | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This story was originally published Jan. 9.

Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin are developing a sequencing-based pharmacogenomics panel on the Ion Torrent PGM, Clinical Sequencing News has learned.

The panel will sequence 35 genes known to predict response to a range of drugs. The MCW team is currently validating the panel and plans to offer it from its CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited laboratory by the summer.

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