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Gentris to Provide Pharmacogenomic Services to Quintiles Japan

NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (GenomeWeb News) - Gentris will provide pharmacogenomic services to Quintiles Transnational Japan, the Research Triangle Park, NC-based company said today.

 

Under the agreement, Gentris will provide a number of pharmacogenomic services to Quintiles Japan, a subsidiary of pharmaceutical services provider Quintiles Transnational of Research Triangle Park, NC. These services include DNA isolation and purification, DNA banking and sample repositories, clinical genotyping, protocol development, informed consent development, and regulatory consulting services.

 

The two companies are already working on projects involving several Japanese pharmaceutical companies.

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