Broad Institute to offer sequencing services after receiving CLIA nod

The Broad Institute has received Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certification, clearing it to offer exome sequencing services. Broad expects to process 100 to 200 samples per week in the near term but has the capacity to scale up if demand grows. Offering the service positions Broad to benefit from NIH requests for CLIA-certified sequencing in its research grants. Article

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