Seegene and Samsung Medical Center to Develop MDx Tests for Cancer | GenomeWeb

Seegene said today that it has partnered with Korea's Samsung Medical Center to co-develop molecular diagnostics for cancer.

Under the partnership, Seegene will contribute its dual-priming oligonucleotide, or DPO, PCR and real amplicon detection, or READ, PCR, technologies to develop tests for genetic mutations indicative of certain cancers.

Seegene will also incorporate its technologies into tests for drug resistance and single nucleotide polymorphism detection.

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