NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – EraGen Biosciences said today that it has formed a strategic partnership with Illumina to develop high-throughput, multiplexed clinical assays.

Under the agreement, EraGen, based in Madison, Wis., has non-exclusively licensed the use of Illumina's BeadXpress platform to develop and commercialize molecular-based, high-throughput, clinical assays using EraGen's MultiCode-PLx technology.

Meantime, Illumina has non-exclusively licensed EraGen's MultiCode-PLx technology for the life sciences, research, and clinical markets.

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