OncoDNA, IBBL Team to Bring Sequencing-based Tests to Luxembourg Physicians | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – OncoDNA today said that it will collaborate with the Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg to provide physicians in Luxembourg with access to next-generation sequencing-based testing for cancer.

Specifically, OncoDNA was chosen by IBBL as a preferred supplier of molecular diagnostics for lung cancer. The Belgium-based firm will provide its OncoDEEP Dx cancer panel, which includes 50 genes and runs on the Ion Torrent PGM, under the alliance.

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