Luminex, Mayo Clinic to Develop Thalassemia Genetic Test
 
The Mayo Clinic will provide genetic tests and other services using Luminex’s xMAP technology and will work with Luminex to develop testing for the blood disorder thalassemia under a new licensing and development collaboration, the company said this week.
 
The program includes collaboration and licensing provisions for inherited thalassemia and allows for the development of additional tests as well, Luminex said.
 

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