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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sequenta and Illumina have struck an agreement to commercialize an in vitro diagnostic kit based on Sequenta's minimal residual disease detection and quantification technology.

Sequenta launched a laboratory-developed test dubbed ClonoSight last year. The test uses proprietary technology to target immune cells and measure MRD in leukemia and lymphoma patients.

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