Center for Applied Genomics



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Established in 2006, by Hakon Hakonarson, MD, PhD, the Center for Applied Genomics (CAG) is rapidly accelerating the pace of genomics discoveries and translation, developing new ways to diagnose and treat children affected by rare and complex medical disorders. CAG also supports the scientific community with cutting-edge next generation sequencing, single-cell sequencing, genotyping, and biorespository research services. CAG also provides CLIA-certified sequencing and genotyping research services. From asthma and rare disease research to single-cell sequencing our team is collectively driven by one purpose: transforming innovations into interventions.


CAG Core Services

CAG supports the scientific community with a wide range of core research services from DNA extraction to Single-cell sequencing. Learn more below and request a consultation or service from our iLab platform.

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