NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – OmniSeq said today that Hitachi High-Technologies has taken an option to exclusively license its OmniSeq Comprehensive and Immune Report Card tests for clinical distribution in Japan after participating in the company's Series B funding round.

OmniSeq — a subsidiary of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center — said it plans to use the funds from the Series B to conduct ongoing retrospective and prospective clinical trials and to generate evidence of the clinical utility of its comprehensive genomic and immune profiling services. 

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