Illumina Stands to Gain More than $6M in UK Colorectal Cancer Genotyping Project | GenomeWeb

Illumina will provide genotyping services to colorectal cancer researchers funded by Cancer Research UK, the company said last week.

The multi-million dollar project will focus on colorectal cancer susceptibility, genetic mutations, and the progression of the disease. Illumina CEO Jay Flatley told BioArray News this week that the agreement was beneficial to his company for two main reasons.

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