Rosetta Regains US Rights to miRNA Cancer Diagnostics, Addresses QC Issue at Diagnostics Lab | GenomeWeb

This article has been updated from a version posted Nov. 29 to include information from the company's third-quarter conference call.

By Doug Macron

Rosetta Genomics last week announced that it has regained the US market rights to its three flagship cancer diagnostics, settling a nearly six-month dispute with one-time partner Prometheus Laboratories.

In exchange, Rosetta will pay Prometheus $3.1 million over the next year and a half.

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