gradientForSurfBreak.png

Item List

Beckers Hospital Review
Children's Mercy KC says its genomics system allows it to identify rare diseases like never before

Children's Mercy Kansas City (Mo.) says it has pioneered the world's most advanced genomic sequencing system, giving it the potential to diagnose a variety of rare pediatric diseases. The collaboration also includes Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone Health in New York City.

With 5-base genomic sequencing, researchers at the Children's Mercy Kansas City Research Institute say they can now sequence and extract the function from the full genome and methylome to identify disease variations never before done in a single test.

Recent Posts

General News

Carlsmed.png

At HLTH 2022, a New Chapter for AI
...

MedCity News

General News

Carlsmed.png

HCA CEO to Big Tech: You Can’t Disrupt Healthcare Like You’ve Disrupted Other In ...

MedCity News

Wavemaker 360 News

Carlsmed.png

Wavemaker Three-Sixty Health Celebrates Investment Milestone at HLTH 2022: 50 Co ...

Yahoo

surf break copy_edited_edited.jpg
surbreak-19.png
WM360_logo-18.png