RainDance, Emory University Launch Sequencing Panels for Autism and X-Linked Mutations | GenomeWeb

This article has been updated from a version posted March 18 to include pricing information.

RainDance Technologies last week announced that in collaboration with Emory University and Greenwood Genetic Center, it has launched two sequencing-based screening panels for research purposes to identify mutations associated with autism spectrum disorder as well as disease-causing mutations that occur on the X chromosome.

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