MDxHealth and Ghent University Begin Collaboration under New Pharmacoepigenomics Center | GenomeWeb

A new partnership between diagnostics manufacturer MDxHealth and Ghent University's laboratory of pharmaceutical biotechnology aims to develop epigenomics-based diagnostics for more personalized treatment of cancers and inflammatory diseases.

The collaboration, called NXTGNT and launched on Dec. 1, will take place under the umbrella of a new "Center in Pharmacoepigenomics" housed at the university.

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