NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Qiagen and Lilly inked their third companion diagnostic deal this week.

The companies did not disclose the drug or the molecular diagnostic target that the test will gauge.

Qiagen highlighted that the latest deal "builds on a master collaboration agreement for development of tailored therapies in cancer and other therapeutic areas signed earlier this year."

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