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OGT launches new arrays for developmental disorders at ESHG

Oxford Gene Technology LogoOxford Gene Technology (OGT), The Molecular Genetics Company, has launched a new range of arrays at the European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG) Conference in Glasgow, UK, that are dedicated to elucidating the underlying causes of developmental delay. OGT’s unique Cytosure™ Constitutional v3 arrays have been developed following its recent licence agreement with the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute to access theDeciphering Developmental Disorders  (DDD) study data — which successfully identified new areas of the genome responsible for developmental disorders.1, 2OGT has used this data, together with the latest updates from ClinGen*, to deliver the most advanced, high-resolution developmental disorder arrays currently available. Read more…

OGT was founded in 1995 by gene-sequencing pioneer Professor Sir Ed Southern, and is based at Begbroke Science Park. For more information, visit the OGT website

Joanna Grant