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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Agilent Technologies today said it named Alacris Theranostics an Agilent Certified Service Provider for target enrichment. 

Alacris is based in Berlin and provides molecular analysis and bioinformatics through an approach called ModCell, which is intended to match patients with appropriate therapies. According to Agilent, Alacris exploits next-generation sequencing and other omics data to facilitate drug development and personalized medicine in cancer and other complex diseases. 

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