TGen Collaboration a Harbinger of Things to Come As GE Healthcare Eyes Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

GE Healthcare's "cellular pharmacogenomics" collaboration with the Translational Genomics Research Institute announced this week is part of the firm's broader strategy to partner with research institutions that can push its technologies into personalized medicine, a GE Healthcare official said.

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