New Products: Foundation Medicine's FoundationOne; Vitalité Health's Cancer Panel | GenomeWeb

Foundation Medicine has released its expanded FoundationOne test to include the sequencing of 314 genes as well as promoter and intronic regions from 29 genes.

The Vitalité Health Network, in collaboration with the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute now offers a next-generation sequencing-based cancer panel, Cancer Hotspot v2 as well as a colon and lung cancer panel.

The colon and lung cancer panel analyzes 22 genes while the Cancer Hotspot v2 panel sequences 50 genes that are frequently mutated in a wide variety of cancer.

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