With Strong Uptake and Reimbursement, WashU's GPS Launches Expanded Cancer, Cardiomyopathy Panels | GenomeWeb

The Genomics and Pathology Services Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis has expanded its next-generation sequencing clinical cancer panel and recently launched a cardiomyopathy panel, following success with its initial 28-gene cancer panel.

The CLIA certified and CAP accredited laboratory within Wash U's School of Medicine initially broke into the clinical sequencing field in 2011 with a 28-gene cancer panel that it ran on Illumina's HiSeq 2000.

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