Genaissance, Sensing Strong PGx Appetite In Japan, Pens Theranostic Deal With Sankyo | GenomeWeb

Genaissance said this week that it intends to create a companion diagnostic test to guide therapy in a collaboration with Japanese pharmaceutical company Sankyo.

"It fits very nicely into the company that Genaissance is going to be acquired by â€" Clinical Data," Jerry Vovis, executive vice president and chief technology officer of Genaissance told Pharmacogenomics Reporter. "One of the reasons that they saw value in Genaissance is that they were looking for the next generation of diagnostic tests."

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