NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DxS today said that it has expanded its licensing deal with Genzyme Genetics covering the epidermal growth factor receptor gene.
 
The license gives Manchester, UK-based DxS rights to develop and sell diagnostic and research products that detect mutations in the EGFR gene for non-small cell lung cancer in the US and Canada. The deal builds on an agreement inked earlier this year that gave DxS similar rights to EGFR worldwide, except for North America and Hong Kong.
 

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