Agendia to Use Rubicon's WGA Kits in Breast Cancer Dx Tests | GenomeWeb

Agendia will use Rubicon Genomics' whole-genome RNA amplification technology in its breast cancer diagnostic tests, Rubicon said today.

Under a clinical supply agreement, Agendia will apply Rubicon's TransPlex technology to analyze formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded patient samples on Agendia's Symphony suite of breast cancer diagnostics.

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