NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – RayBiotech announced on Tuesday a partnership to provide biomarker discovery and validation services to the Fox Chase Cancer Center.

The deal with the center's Genomics Core Facility also will provide RayBiotech's GMP-compliant and ISO 13485:2003-certified diagnostic discovery products to researchers throughout Fox Chase's campus. The services and products are based on RayBiotech's antibody array and ELISA product lines, the Norcross, Ga.-based firm said, adding Fox Chase is receiving preferred pricing as part of the deal.

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