NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Manhattan Labs will market CombiMatrix's chromosomal microarray testing services to customers in the New York City metropolitan area, the firms said today.

Manhattan Labs CEO Ken Cerney said in a statement that the independent clinical laboratory opted to offer the test as part of a new focus on miscarriage management, and added that his firm "believes in the growing importance and clinical advantages microarray testing provides for appropriate patients."

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