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Enodar Biologic, Zymark

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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center spin-off Enodar Biologic has launched its True Discovery genomic data-analysis services for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

Components of the service, which comprises patent-pending technology licensed from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, are indented to “reduce genomic data backlogs, to provide an independent means to verify and validate biomarker discoveries, and to identify a higher number of quality biomarkers for investigation,” Enodar said this week.

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