NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – French immune molecular diagnostics firm ImmunID on Tuesday announced a deal with the Singapore Immunology Network (SigN) for research into immune competence.

Under the terms of the agreement, ImmunID will use its ImmunTracker and ImmunIG tests to evaluate T and B immune repertoire diversity in the blood of patients enrolled in a SigN-led clinical trial. The indication and therapeutic intervention being studied in the trial were not disclosed.

SigN is a research institute under Singapore's Agency of Science, Technology, and Research.

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