Newly Public CollabRx Sees 'Explosive Growth Potential' for Informatics-based MDx Offering | GenomeWeb

CollabRx officials see "explosive growth potential" for the company's target market of informatically guided genomic medicine, according to comments made during the firm's first earnings call as a publicly traded company.

CollabRx, which offers cloud-based interpretation of cancer genomics data, entered the public market last July when it was acquired by Tegal, a public firm that was previously involved in the semiconductor market but has since divested most of its holdings in that area to focus on the CollabRx business.

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