Case study: Clinical Implementation of Next-Generation Sequencing for Diagnostics

Use of Reference Standards to Evaluate Operator Variability

In diagnostic laboratories, the technical transition from Sanger sequencing to NGS requires several validation studies, demonstrating the effective and reproducible performance of the NGS workflow.

One of the most important steps is to evaluate that there is no run-to-run variability between different operators performing such NGS assays.


Learn how the Gerhard-Domagk Institute of Pathology (University Hospital Muenster) were able to successfully implement NGS for routine diagnostics and through their validation studies using HDx™ Reference Standards.