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New Products: Oxford Gene Technology's Familial Sequencing Service

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Oxford Gene Technology has launched a targeted Familial Sequencing and Analysis Service. The service includes the entire next-generation sequencing pipeline from project and probe design, to targeted capture and sequencing, analysis and report generation. The service is designed to analyze inherited disease in trios, extended families, and for consanguinity analysis. The service has an 8-week turnaround time.

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