NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – N-of-One has entered into a partnership to help Agena Bioscience interpret cancer genomic data generated by its MassArray system, the companies announced today.

Agena's MassArray is a research-use-only platform designed to detect genetic variation with end-point PCR and label-free mass spectrometry. The deal with N-of-One is designed to support the expansion of MassArray Insights, a recently launched reporting network through which Agena seeks to collaborate with various molecular analysis platform providers.

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