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Rubicon Genomics announced its new MethylPlex cancer detection system as the “most sensitive method” to find patterns of abnormal DNA methylation in the serum and urine of patients during tumor formation and progression, the company said in a statement. The system produces “high resolution” maps of methylation for “more than 10,000 genes in one day for less than $.10 per gene,” the company added.

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