NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cancer Genetics today said that it and Nikon's Italian subsidiaries have entered into a distribution agreement covering Cancer Genetics' DNA probes intended for fluorescent in situ hybridization.

The deal between Cancer Genetics Italia and Nikon Instruments SpA is also anticipated to expand into other countries in Western Europe, where more than 350,000 FISH-based diagnostic tests are performed annually, Rutherford, NJ-based Cancer Genetics said.

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