Roche NimbleGen, Preparing Cyto Array FDA Submission, Eyes Opportunities in Oncology Dx | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

After years of serving the life science research market, Roche NimbleGen is now preparing for its entry into the molecular testing space with an initial focus on the diagnosis of genetic abnormalities. At the same time, it is looking at developing tests for other indications, such as in oncology.

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