OICR Reports Pilot Data from Clinical Sequencing Study; Switching from PacBio to MiSeq in Second Stage | GenomeWeb

The Ontario Institute of Cancer Research has published an interim report of a pilot project to evaluate targeted sequencing of cancer patients with metastatic or recurrent disease to influence clinical care.

The group enrolled more than 80 patients in the pilot phase of the study, sequencing 19 known cancer genes using the Pacific Biosciences RS and validating the results with Sequenom's OncoCarta panel, which tests for 238 mutations in the same 19 genes.

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