NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Credit Suisse on Monday initiated coverage of Genomic Health with an Outperform rating, Myriad Genetics with a Neutral rating, and Sequenom with an Underperform rating.

Analyst Vamil Divan initiated coverage of Genomic Health with a $43 price target and in a research note highlighted the firm's portfolio of Oncotype tests. He called Oncotype Dx Breast "a best-in-class asset that is likely to gain traction in other forms of breast cancer," and added that Oncotype Dx Colon is gaining positive reaction, driving uptake of the test.

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