France's Ipsogen Signs Deals with DNAVision, Affy; Plans to Debut Breast Cancer Tests in ‘08 | GenomeWeb
French diagnostics firm Ipsogen said this week that it has signed an agreement with DNAVision, a Belgian pharmacogenomics lab that caters to biotech and pharmaceutical customers, to provide a series of array-based microarray tests for breast cancer that it plans to launch next year.
The agreement follows Ipsogen’s announcement last week that it has become a Powered by Affymetrix partner company, which gives it the right to market its breast cancer tests on Affy’s GeneChip microarray platform.

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