NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – TessArae and Kindstar Global today announced a collaboration to develop genetic tests for the Chinese population.

The two firms provided no details about the test that would be developed except that they will be pan-ethnic screens for the Chinese population and use TessArae's targeted sequencing development platform and bioanalysis software. The tests will run in Kindstar's laboratories in China.

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