Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) launches PIN

Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) has launched the FARE Patient Registry, which leverages Invitae’s Patient Insights Network (PIN) platform to enable permission-based sharing of patient data to advance the understanding and treatment of inherited health conditions. The FARE Patient Registry amplifies patients’ voices and insight to accelerate research to uncover the causes of food…

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Leading with quality: Variant classification

At Invitae, we believe there’s a new gold standard today, one that includes both high-quality testing and a dedication to improving medicine by sharing data and best practices. We recently published our approach to variant classification in Genetics in Medicine, the official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG). The paper…

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Invitae’s Gene of the Week educational series

The field of genetics is constantly evolving as new data emerges linking genes and disease. As your partner in genetic testing, we’re working to provide the most up-to-date resources to support your practice. If you’re looking to learn about some not-so-common genes or searching for a database of information to support your clinic notes, Invitae’s…

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Major expansion of metabolic disorders & newborn screening and immunology offerings

Invitae is excited to announce the launch of 80 new and 24 expanded genetic test panels, centered on our metabolic disorders & newborn screening and immunology clinical areas. The panels provide clinicians, patients, and payers greater flexibility to access high-quality, affordable genetic information across a larger number of metabolic disorders and newborn screening options as…

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Leading with quality: Deletions and duplications

Did you know that Invitae analyzes deletions and duplications for each and every gene in all our panel tests at no additional charge? Diagnostic genetic testing requires a carefully constructed medical assay to thoroughly interrogate genes of interest. Invitae’s assays comprehensively report sequence changes and deletion/duplication events in coding exons, splice sites, and other regions…

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Rare Disease Day is less than a week away

On February 28th, the rare disease community comes together to raise awareness of the impact of rare diseases on millions. For the 30 million people experiencing a rare disease, life can be filled with questions. Identifying possible symptoms of a rare disease often sparks a “diagnostic odyssey” that can stretch over many years. Fortunately, as…

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Leading with quality: Data sharing

Only through real and meaningful data sharing can the field of genetics reach its full potential. At Invitae, we’re dedicated to improving medicine not just by sharing segments of our data, but by sharing all variants, classifications and evidence. That’s not yet the industry standard—but it is at Invitae. Among other activities, Invitae has played…

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