NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Beckman Coulter has inked two deals with Johns Hopkins University for exclusive licenses to intellectual property tied to cancer genomics research, the company said today.
 
Terms of the agreements give Beckman Coulter the “exclusive option to license any of the genetic mutations discovered in these studies that have diagnostic potential,” Bruce Wallace, vice president of Beckman Coulter's Molecular Diagnostics Business Center, said in a statement.
 

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