NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Pharmacogenomics test developer and specialty lab company Delphic has acquired the diagnostics business of iQur.

London-based iQur specializes in liver diagnostics and therapies. Delphic, which also is based in London, said in a statement that the acquisition would enable it to "leverage its capabilities and infrastructure to offer improved services in infectious diseases to the clinical and clinical trials markets, and to access the growing market for blood-borne virus screening."

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