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bgi sentis™ cancer discovery panel


bgi sentis™ cancer   discovery panel was ce marked in december 2021.

bgi is dedicated to utilizing genomics in order to advance precision medicine for cancer. bgi’s next-generation sequencing essays offer a variety of options, including targeted panels that analyze genes directly linked to specific cancers by well-documented scientific research, and also much larger cancer panels designed for cancer analysis and discovery.

bgi’s cancer panels are designed to identify all four classes of actionable genomic alterations, including base substitutions, insertions and deletions, copy number alterations, and selected fusions. both tissue samples and liquid biopsy samples are supported.

bgi’s cancer discovery panel is designed to identify all classes of actionable genomic alterations, including snp, cnv, indels, and fusions, across a total of 688 cancer-related genes. results are supported by in-depth mutation analysis and pharmacogenomics information relating to 200 drugs, including 260 targeted therapies (both approved and currently in a clinical trial), 11 immunotherapies, and 11 commonly used chemotherapies approved by the fda or currently undergoing clinical trials.

  • ta time:

    20 days

  • sample:

    tissue - fresh/frozen tumor tissue, biopsy, ffpe, dna 5ml peripheral blood. ctdna - peripheral blood (10ml)

  • technology:

    target region capture, high-throughput sequencing

why choose bgi sentis™ cancer discovery panel?

  • fast

  • accurate

  • affordable


note: this test is considered a screening test, not a diagnostic test. before making any treatment decisions, all patients should discuss their results with their healthcare provider, who can recommend confirmatory, diagnostic testing where appropriate. this testing service has not been cleared or approved by the us fda and is not available in the usa.


ordering the bgi sentis™ cancer discovery panel is easy.
  • step 1

    physician orders test

  • step 2

    blood or saliva sample collected

  • step 3

    sample shipped to bgi and analyzed

  • step 4

    results sent to physician