NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – This week, several companies involved in the molecular tools and diagnostics space presented at the UBS Global Life Sciences Conferences held here. While GenomeWeb Daily News covered some of those firms in separate articles on Monday through Wednesday, below is a summary of what some of the other firms had to say at the conference.

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