Nucleix Lands €50K EU Grant to Develop EpiCheck Cancer Screening Tests | GenomeWeb

This story has been updated with additional information from Nucleix.


NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Israeli cancer diagnostics firm Nucleix has announced a €50,000 ($56,998) Horizon 2020 grant from the European Commission to support commercial development of lung and colorectal cancer screening products.

The Rehovot-based firm will use the funds to continue developing cancer screening tests based on its EpiCheck platform, which identifies DNA methylation patterns extracted from urine and blood samples.

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