NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Qiagen and Exosome Diagnostics said today that they have expanded their collaboration to develop non-invasive in vitro molecular diagnostics.

The diagnostics will be based on Exosome's proprietary methods for purifying nucleic acids from biofluid exosomes and other microvesicles with Qiagen's sample prep technologies to create "cost-effective, easy-to-use, and automated sample-to-results workflows," the companies said in a statement.

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