SeqWright to Handle DNA Screening/Genotyping for Third Wave's HPV Trials | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — SeqWright today said it will perform all of the sequencing and analysis for a set of clinical trials being conducted by Third Wave Technologies.
 
Third Wave is developing two in vitro molecular assays and a genotyping test to screen for human papillomavirus, which has been identified as the cause of approximately 70 percent of cervical cancer cases, SeqWright said.
 

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