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Next-Generation Sequencing

The latest news on next-generation sequencing.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's members will able to access Interpace's tests on an in-network basis, which will limit their out-of-pocket expenses.

For the three months ended June 30, the genomic testing firm reported total revenues of $30.1 million.

Qiagen's Q2 revenues of $381.6 million represented 5 percent year-over-year growth at constant exchange rates, but came in just under the Wall Street estimate.

During a conference call to discuss the firm's second-quarter results, CEO and President Francis deSouza also highlighted potential growth from clinical sequencing.

Much of the growth was driven by contributions from Genoptix, which NeoGenomics acquired in late 2018. Organically, revenues were up 20 percent.

Blue Shield of California's members will be able to access Interpace's tests on an in-network basis, which will limit their out-of-pocket expenses.

Qiagen reported year-over-year net sales of 1 percent, or 5 percent at constant exchange rates ahead of its planned Q2 earnings release next week.

SelectHealth's physicians will be able to use Interpace's ThyGeNext and ThyraMir assays to test questionable thyroid nodules for thyroid cancer.

The group will start a pilot study at Columbia University next week to sequence genes from 600 Parkinson's disease patients before expanding to a larger cohort.

Fulgent will use its Parkinson's disease NGS panel to target seven genes linked to the condition and generate curated reports for doctors and researchers.

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