ROTTERDAM, Netherlands (GenomeWeb) – Many clinical laboratories now routinely run cancer sequencing panels to identify potentially actionable mutations in patient tumor samples, but there is no gold standard yet for next-generation sequencing data analysis and interpretation. As a result, reports of clinically actionable variants may differ, even if the underlying sequence data is identical.

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