Insight Genetics Licenses Bone Marrow Transplant MDx from St. Jude Children's | GenomeWeb

Insight Genetics this week announced an exclusive, worldwide licensing deal with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for a genetic test to improve donor matching in bone marrow transplants.

Insight will license St. Jude's KIR/KIR-Ligand Assay, which has been shown to prevent the recurrence of cancer in transplant recipients and to reduce the risk of death following bone marrow transplantation by about 60 percent, the company said.

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