Clinical Genomics

JAX Clinical Genomics integrates the latest sequencing technologies with the insights of an experienced multidisciplinary team of scientists to help clinicians and translational researchers select the best options for personalized care.

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ActionSeq™

ActionSeq™ is a targeted panel of 212 cancer related genes analyzed using next-generation sequencing. The panel assesses all identified functional variants for clinical relevance, based on associations in the biomedical literature with response or resistance to FDA-approved targeted therapies. 

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FusionSeq™

The FusionSeq™ assay is designed to detect fusions involving one or more of 53 genes known to be associated with various carcinomas, sarcomas and hematologic malignancies.  

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Cancer Treatment Profile™

This test provides analysis of 358 cancer-associated genes through next-generation sequencing. The panel assesses all identified functional variants for clinical relevance, based on associations in the biomedical literature with response or resistance to FDA-approved targeted therapies or new drugs in development.

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Clinical Knowledgebase

JAX-Clinical Knowledgebase (CKB) is a powerful tool for interpreting complex genomic profiles, and represents a valuable resource for clinicians and translational and clinical researchers around the world.

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Clinical Team

Browse profiles of our Clinical Genomics leadership team.  

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  • Susan Mockus Search Magazine April 21, 2016

    Tumors and terminology

    Susan Mockus wants to overcome a language barrier. It’s not between English and Spanish — it’s the genetic vocabulary that oncologists and cancer researchers should share but too often don’t.