NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Myriad Genetics said today that it plans to spin off its drug development businesses from its molecular diagnostics business, creating two separate publicly traded firms.
 
The company’s core molecular diagnostics business will operate under the name Myriad Genetics, will employ around 800 staffers, and will focus on the company’s stable of molecular diagnostic tests, which include BRACAnalysis, COLARIS, COLARIS AP, MELARIS, and TheraGuide 5-FU.
 

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