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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Agendia announced this week that it has created a Center of Innovation and R&D Excellence in the Netherlands. Through the new center, Agendia will leverage the expertise of its scientists, as well as researchers and collaborators in Europe, to advance next-generation sequencing technology in the diagnostics space. One focus of the new center will be to support products related to the firm's NGS offerings for its customers in Europe and Asia using Agendia's decentralized proprietary tests, including MammaPrint and BluePrint.

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