Illumina has launched its TruGenome tests, including ones for undiagnosed disease and a predisposition screen as services through its CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited laboratory. The TruGenome Undiagnosed Disease test is a whole-genome sequencing test, which will be available for order in December, to help physicians diagnose rare or undiagnosed diseases. The test costs $9,500 and has a turnaround time of 90 days. Additionally, Illumina offers the test for trios — the proband and two parents — for $17,500 and a turnaround time of 90 days.

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