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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — DiagnoCure said yesterday that it plans to develop and sell two molecular diagnostic tests for cancer that it licensed from Targeted Diagnostics and Therapeutics.
 
DiagnoCure said the tests are designed to detect guanylyl cyclase C, or GCC. The company said the GCC gene appears normally in cells lining the intestines, but has only been found outside the intestine when colorectal cancer has metastasized.
 

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