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  • CentoWebinar - A journey to the future: Whole genome sequencing for the diagnosis of heterogeneous genetic disorders

    Last year CENTOGENE announced its new sequencing facility for rare hereditary disorders, which uses Illumina’s HiSeq X® sequencer. Now, some months after our journey started, our CSO Prof. Peter Bauer will explain CENTOGENE’s experience using this groundbreaking next generation sequencing (NGS) technology for the clinical diagnosis, give some insights in whole genome sequencing and show interesting clinical cases.