By Tony Fong

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Leveraging expertise in mitochondrial genomics, a Canadian firm is readying to transition from an R&D shop to a commercial entity.

This week, Mitomics beefed up its management team and board with new additions, and in the coming weeks the firm will launch its first cancer diagnostic test, called Prostate Core Mitomic Test for prostate cancer, as a lab-developed test.

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