Data produced from a product that targets and reads a pre-selected subset of genetic variants or subset of genes (typically not across the entire genome or even across all genes) that support the medical or health goals of the product (ex. mutations associated with cardiovascular disease risk), either through microarray or next-generation sequencing technology. Excludes products with <10 variants targeted (such as PCR products and Sanger sequencing products). Example suppliers: Myriad, Color Genomics.
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