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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Illumina and China firm Boai NKY Medical Holdings have partnered to develop next-generation sequencing-based hereditary disease tests in China.

Under the agreement announced on Tuesday, NKY and Illumina will develop an NGS system based on Illumina's MiniSeq system and NKY's library prep kits and analysis software to develop in vitro diagnostics for hereditary kidney disease. The goal is to develop a platform that will meet regulatory criteria of China's National Medical Products Administration.

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