Adaptive Biotech Targets Year End for CLIA Certification, Assay to Detect Residual Leukemia | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published May 18.

Adaptive Biotechnologies, a Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center spinout that began offering immune sequencing services in 2010, is aiming by the end of the year to become CLIA certified and to launch a clinical assay to detect residual disease in leukemia patients.

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