NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The University Medical Center Utrecht is offering a range of next-generation sequencing-based tests, including noninvasive prenatal testing on Life Technologies' SOLiD 5500xl Wildfire system, exome sequencing for intellectual disability on the Illumina HiSeq, and targeted gene panels on the SOLiD 5500xl. In addition, it is working with the department of immunology and hematology to develop HLA typing assays on the MiSeq and is working with the department of pathology to run oncology panels on the Ion Torrent PGM.

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