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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – HTG Molecular announced this week that it has amended its second precision diagnostic partnership program with Qiagen. According to the firm, the amendment extends the use of the investigational-use-only assay the partners previously developed as part of the program. HTG expects the amendment to generate revenue in the low single-digit millions for the additional activities.

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