Ciphergen and Quest to Develop Arterial Disease Dx | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Ciphergen and Quest Diagnostics plan to jointly develop a blood-based test for the detection of peripheral artery disease.
 
The deal is the second of a three-part alliance the firms formed last year in which Quest will use Ciphergen’s SELDI-based ProteinChip technology to create the test. The first incarnation resulted in a test that triages ovarian cancer.
 

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