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Genomics in Drug Development

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) enables researchers to better understand the biology that drives cancer predisposition and proliferation. These insights can support the development of targeted therapeutics and multi-analyte tumor analysis. NGS also opens the door for discovery of novel methods to monitor cancer treatment and recurrence.

lllumina brings innovation to cancer drug development by offering comprehensive genomic solutions working in collaboration with leading pharmaceutical providers.

Some NGS discoveries have become the basis for companion diagnostics and laboratory developed tests (LDT) now in use in molecular diagnostic laboratories worldwide. These laboratories are now faced with an evolving landscape of regulations and reimbursement strategies for NGS oncology testing.

We spoke with several key opinion leaders about the ongoing challenges and potential of NGS in oncology.

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The Changing Landscape of NGS Implementation in Molecular Diagnostic Laboratories
NGS Used for Biological QC in BioPharma Production

Read how Merck Serono uses NGS for cell line stability testing and biosafety monitoring.

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NGS Used for Biological QC in BioPharma Production
Companion Diagnostics Development

As targeted therapies make their way through pharmaceutical pipelines, the need for comprehensive tumor profiling is increasing.

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NGS for Drug Development

NGS helps drug developers to explore genomic variation. This informs target discovery, validation, and clinical development.

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Methods Guide
Methods Guide

All the information you need, from BeadChips to library preparation to sequencer selection and analysis. Select the best tools for your lab.

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Conducting Innovative Experiments with NGS
Conducting Innovative Experiments with NGS

Chan Zuckerberg Biohub discuss their mission to conduct innovative experiments and new kinds of collaborations in genomics.

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