NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – NetScientific announced on Wednesday research agreements with KU Leuven and an investment in the Belgian university's spinoff, DName-iT. 

NetScientific and KU Leuven's research agreements are focused on the early detection of cancer and other illnesses, epigenomic analysis, and fiber optic diagnostics. The cancer research deal also covers the development of a multiplex protein diagnostics solution for detecting neurodegeneration and infectious diseases. 

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