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  • Who is doing clinical sequencing here?

    Hello all, it would be fun to see who at seqanswers.com is doing clinical sequencing. Perhaps we can also compile a list of companies offering ClinSeq or Clinomics, with possibly entries in the wiki.

    Feel free to post here announcing your involvement, or post a company that is offering or planning to offer these services or products, though keep the advertising to a minimum.

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    I do.

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    • #3
      We need to define "clinical sequencing" with more precision.

      I am sure many (most?) of us sequence human samples that come from clinic (or otherwise) for research purposes (the results can't officially become part of patient medical record since sequencing happens in a non-CLIA certified lab).

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      • #4
        What does it mean by clinical sequencing? Does it mean the sequencing step must be CLIA?

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        • #5
          We are doing clinical sequencing projects, but we are not CLIA yet.

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          • #6
            Are there any academic centers that have received CLIA certification for NGS?
            A quick google search appears to show only commercial providers.

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            • #7
              Yes there are. For example BCM does this in Houston.

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              • #8
                We offer CLIA NGS for human exome projects at EdgeBio. If you want more information please contact us at [email protected]

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by EdgeBio View Post
                  We offer CLIA NGS for human exome projects at EdgeBio. If you want more information please contact us at [email protected]
                  Great! How many x differences in pricing between CLIA and non-CLIA?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ymc View Post
                    Great! How many x differences in pricing between CLIA and non-CLIA?
                    I sent you a PM.

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                    • #11
                      LMM at partners healthcare

                      We offer clinical diagnostic services through next-gen sequencing for a handful of diseases. We do the sequencing in our own CLIA certified lab. Visit us at http://pcpgm.partners.org/lmm

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                      • #12
                        Pathogenius offers molecular microbiology sequencing services. They are CLIA and CAP certified. http://www.pathogenius.com/

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                        • #13
                          Illumina clinical lab was the first to offer CLIA genomes
                          We were the first CLIA lab to do WGS clinical interpretation starting almost 3 years ago.
                          Most national clinical genetics labs use NGS for panels and their are multiple labs in the US offering CLIA certified exomes.

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                          • #14
                            We are doing clinical sequencing in a CPA accredited lab NHS lab in the UK - our cancer panel is live and we will shortly be introducing other disease focused panels. We also have a big grant to introduce whole genome and exome sequencing into the NHS....exciting times!

                            http://www.oxford-translational-mole...ostics.org.uk/

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                            • #15
                              Hi
                              I want to do WGS of 2 samples of human. I have 2 sequencer Hiseq2000 in main facility. I have experience of Analysing of Illumina data. But the problem is that I am not sure about the following:
                              1. replication / replicates
                              2. depth coverage
                              3. best stretegies
                              4. Kits / reagents

                              May I ask this forum, if you can give me guideline on the sequencing for Whole Genome. Since this field is developing very fast, I dont want to any mistake and asking here. I have funding and sequencer (freely available), just need to buy kits and reagents. Please tell me how can I design best for WGS.
                              Thank you, (my English is not good so please ignore English mistakes)
                              jp.

                              Originally posted by gnomemics View Post
                              We are doing clinical sequencing in a CPA accredited lab NHS lab in the UK - our cancer panel is live and we will shortly be introducing other disease focused panels. We also have a big grant to introduce whole genome and exome sequencing into the NHS....exciting times!

                              http://www.oxford-translational-mole...ostics.org.uk/

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