NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – ARUP Laboratories and Labceutics have partnered to provide test development and commercial diagnostics services to pharmaceutical companies.

According to the partners, up to 70 percent of pharma pipelines use companion or complementary diagnostics. Under the collaboration, ARUP and Labceutics will provide pharma companies services that allow them to efficiently incorporate such tests in their drug development and commercialization efforts through lab networks.

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