Lab21, IntegraGen to Develop PCR-Based Assay to Guide Colorectal Cancer Therapy | GenomeWeb

UK-based clinical diagnostics developer Lab21 said last week that it has inked an agreement with IntegraGen to develop a microRNA assay for colorectal cancer designed to improve patient outcomes.

Under the agreement, Lab21 will develop a CE-marked assay using its proprietary SPARQ PCR technology to detect expression levels of a microRNA biomarker called hsa-mir-31-3p, which was discovered and patented by IntegraGen and its academic partners.

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