PCLS, Genesys Partner to Offer Proteomics Lung Cancer Test | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Physician's Choice Laboratory Services today announced a partnership to offer Genesys Biolabs' proteomic test for screening and the early detection of lung cancer.

The test, called PAULA's Test, short for Protein Assay Using Lung Cancer Analytes, measures three tumor proteins and an additional analyte that are commonly associated with lung cancer. The blood-based test is analyzed in Genesys' CLIA-certified laboratory.

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