NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – LabCorp has obtained an exclusive license granting it access to MGMT methylation-related IP technology developed by the molecular diagnostics company OncoMethylome Sciences, the companies announced today.

The move will allow LabCorp to do commercial MGMT methylation laboratory testing in the US and Canada, with limited exceptions. OncoMethylome also named LabCorp’s Esoterix Clinical Trials Services Division as one of its preferred subcontractors for clinical trial MGMT methylation testing services.

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