By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Covance today said that it will collaborate with the Broad Institute on microRNA expression research on an unidentified research model.

Princeton, NJ-based Covance said that the collaboration will utilize its next-generation sequencing capabilities to profile microRNA expression in various tissue samples from the model, which the firm said has proven valuable for understanding various human diseases including respiratory, oncology, and cardiovascular diseases.

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