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EdgeBio is Moving

To continue to provide you with the highest quality products, we are moving to a new manufacturing and shipping facility effective January 1, 2017. Our new site, located in Maumee Ohio, offers increased manufacturing capabilities in a more modern facility and will ensure that EdgeBio products retain the same high quality that you have come to expect as well as allow us to expand the range of products that we provide. Please note that the new facility in Maumee Ohio is dedicated solely to product manufacturing and shipping.

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A New Edge Biosystems

Mark Twain is purported to have once said “the reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated” and the same might be true for the “gold standard” DNA sequencing technology that many refer to as CE or Sanger sequencing.  CE sequencing is experiencing a renaissance, thanks in great part to the technology that was purported to hasten its demise – NGS.  As NGS is employed more extensively across the globe and in more applications, especially in clinical diagnostic applications, the need to verify or confirm the large number of variants generated from whole genome sequencing or whole exome se

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Global Competition to Accelerate Sensing and Sensing Technologies

XPRIZE has selected Dr. Matthew Lorence of EdgeBio to join the Judging Panel for the Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE, which was created to develop a whole new level of personalized, digital health information and diagnostic solutions...

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A New Chapter

On August 16, Edge BioServ LLC, the Services Division of EdgeBio, entered into agreement to be acquired and become part of GeneDx (www.genedx.com), a division of BioReference Laboratories, Inc. (http://www.genomeweb.com/sequencing/bioreference-laboratories-acquire-edge-bioserv). GeneDx specializes in genetic testing for rare hereditary disorders.

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How Much Exome Coverage Do I Need?

If I had a nickel for every time we answered the “How much coverage is that?” question in relation to our exome sequencing services, I wouldn’t need to be writing this article.  I’d be on a boat in the Caribbean.  But, I’m not on a boat anywhere, so with all my non-boating free time I thought I would try and collect information that would help people understand which important factors to consider when doing exome sequencing.