NxClinical 5.0 is a unique software solution for integrated analysis of copy number, sequence variants, and allelic changes obtained from multiple technologies. NxClinical 5.0 addresses the changing dynamics in the clinical genomics field where multiple technologies and modalities are merging together enabling increased clinical knowledge and greater efficiency.
At the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting last month, Dr. Nathan Pennell, Director of the Lung Cancer Medical Oncology Program at the Cleveland Clinic, and his colleagues presented cost analysis in a model with different types of genetics testing in metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (mNSCLC). The team showed that upfront NGS leads to significant cost savings vs. sequential single-gene testing modalities.
A recent NxClinical case study features familial and trio analysis of a patient population in Costa Rica. Dr. Daynna Wolff, Director, Clinical Cytogenetics and Genomics, Medical University of South Carolina used NxClinical for integrative analysis of copy number, sequence variants, and autozygosity mapping to study 31 affected children from 23 Costa Rican families.
We are excited to announce the release of NxClinical 4.1! Our unique software solution for integration of copy number, sequence variants, and allelic changes obtained from microarray and NGS technologies. NxClinical 4.1 allows combined analysis and interpretation of all genomic variants on a single, platform agnostic system.