NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Sensigen has acquired an option from the University of Michigan to exclusively license a set of epigenetic biomarkers that can detect and monitor lupus, the company said this week.
The technology covered under the license is a panel of biomarkers of epigenetic variations of genes and related research assays linked to lupus, the company said.

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