Globe world

(Credi: Luke Price/Flickr)

Genomic data company, Fabric Genomics have said its proprietary clinical genomics platform has been selected by 10 new commercial partners across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America. 

The new customers consist of hospitals, clinical laboratories and research centres located in South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Iceland, Denmark, England and Canada. 

The partnership with the Centre for Proteomic and Genomic Research (CPGR)  in Cape Town, South Africa, marks Fabric Genomics’ first on the African continent. 

“Fabric’s expertise in working with leading genomics centers across the world, and its ability to integrate with DRAGEN, has allowed us to develop a fast, automated and best-practice data analysis and reporting pipeline,” said Reinhard Hiller, PhD, managing director of CPGR and its precision medicine subsidiary, Artisan Biomed.

“We’re thrilled that our platform can play a part in improving the health of people across the globe,” said Martin Reese, PhD, CEO of Fabric Genomics. “Our goal is to make precision medicine the standard of care for all patients, and to provide clinicians and researchers with the tools they need to make that standard a clinical reality.”