NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Exosome Diagnostics today said that it has opened a CLIA-certified laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The lab has taken over functional operations of the firm's now-shuttered CLIA facility in St. Paul, Minnesota and expanded its efforts to provide clinicians with access to molecular diagnostics tests, Exosome said. It added that the lab will manage analysis and reporting for liquid biopsy tests planned for launch this year for prostate, lung, and other solid tumor cancers.

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