NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Molecular diagnostics company MolecularMD has received CLIA certification for its next-generation sequencing laboratory in Cambridge, Mass.

The laboratory was originally established as a development center for next-gen sequencing and has been expanded to provide next-gen sequencing-based clinical testing to support clinical trials.

The firm's Portland, Ore.-based laboratory received CLIA certification in 2006.

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