Canadian MDx Firm Gets Investment from OGI | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Ontario Genomics Institute today said that it has invested an undisclosed amount in Cytognomix, a London, Ontario-based developer of cytogenetic DNA probes for potential use in diagnostics.

The firm is developing single cell DNA probes that are smaller and more densely distributed across chromosomes than probes that are currently commercially available, said OGI. These fluorescent probes can be designed to specifically target and detect chromosomal abnormalities, such as those underlying cancer.

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