NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Newly formed Selah Genomics today announced that it has acquired EnGenCore for an undisclosed amount.

Selah CEO Michael Bolick said in a statement that the purchase of EnGenCore will lead to the development of "molecular and genomic technology at [the University of South Carolina] with an eye toward helping translate this impactful technology to the clinic." The firm's Clinical Genomics Center is located at the GHS Institute for Translational Oncology Research in close proximity to the USC medical school, he noted.

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