NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In its Form 10-Q for the first quarter of 2017 this week, Laboratory Corporation of America said that the US Securities and Exchange Commission subpoenaed Sequenom on Feb. 7. The subpoena was issued as part of an investigation by the SEC into trading activity of Sequenom's shares related to the July 2016 announcement that it was being acquired by LabCorp. The commission issued a similar subpoena to LabCorp on March 7, the company said, adding that it is cooperating with the requests.

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