NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agendia and Agilent Technologies announced today that they have extended a supply agreement and intend to collaborate on the development of new in vitro diagnostic tests.
 
According to a joint statement, the firms will collaborate on developing cancer diagnostic tests that will be run on Agilent microarrays.
 

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