NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genomic Expression and the Kew Group will collaborate to launch Kew's next-generation sequencing-based cancer panel in Scandinavia, the companies said this week.

Kew's CancerPlex assay uses Thermo Fisher's Ion Torrent PGM to analyze over 400 known cancer genes involved in initiation and progression.

The companies will use Kew's panel and Genomic Expression's sample evaluation and informatics technologies.

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