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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Italian oncology genetics company Impact Lab Group announced yesterday that it has acquired Toma Advanced Biomedical Assays Services Lab for an undisclosed amount.

Toma — which is headquartered in Busto Arsizio, Italy — specializes in cytogenetics, molecular biology, and prenatal diagnostics, including research on reproductive diseases. Its merger with Milan-based Impact Lab will create the largest research and genetics laboratory in Italy, the companies said.

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