Proficiency testing of standardized samples shows high interlaboratory agreement for clinical next-generation sequencing-based hematologic malignancy assays with survey material-specific differences in variant frequencies

Alissa Keegan, Julia A. Bridge, Neal I. Lindeman, Thomas A. Long, Jason D. Merker, Joel T. Moncur, Nathan D. Montgomery, Rakesh Nagarajan, Paul G. Rothberg, Mark J. Routbort, Patricia Vasalos, Rena Xian, Annette S. Kim*

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