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The Malaysian Genomics Resource Center Berhad has launched a range of genetic screening services that it will make available through hospitals and other primary care facilities in Malaysia. The tests will help identify predispositions to inherited diseases, risk factors for diseases, and genetic variations that predict drug response, according to the organization.

MGRC said that it will also offer whole-genome sequencing, exome sequencing, and transcriptome sequencing services for healthcare professionals.

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