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First-Ever Genomic Test Predicts which Lung Cancer Patients Need Chemotherapy to Live

Duke Scientists Develop Test which has the Potential to Save Tens of Thousands of Lives Each Year
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AstraZeneca and The University of Manchester Work with DxS on a Clinical Pharmacology Collaboration

Research project aims to assess correlation between circulating DNA and primary tumours.
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Tepnel Announces Extension of Supply Agreement of Cystic Fibrosis Screening Kits

French Cystic Fibrosis Screening Programme renews its agreement to purchase ELUCIGENE™ Mutation Detection Kits for a further three years.
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Genomic Test to Predict which Lung Cancer Patients Need Chemotherapy to Live

Patients with early-stage non-small cell lung cancer will receive the genomic test and its results will determine their treatment.
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Tepnel Life Sciences Trading Update

Tepnel’s results for the 6 months ended 30 June 2006 will reflect continued strong top line sales growth.
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UF Scientists Test Improved Gene Therapy Method for Hereditary Heart Conditions

UF researchers used the approach to reverse symptoms in mice with a form of muscular dystrophy that damages the heart.
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PerkinElmer Signs Agreements with Johns Hopkins University and University of Birmingham to Support Cancer Research

BioEXPRESSION™ platform will serve as cornerstone for biomarker discovery in cancer research labs.
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Testing DNA Could be the way Forward for Predicting Responses to Cancer Therapies

Performance of EGFR Mutation Test Kit creates scope for blood-based prediction of drug response in lung cancer.
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Independent Forensics Releases Test to Measure Human Genetic Resistance to HIV

The test can determine if a person is a fast, neutral or slow progressor to AIDS after HIV infection.
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Gene Variation Affects Asthma Drug Treatment

Researchers found that a specific genetic variant, known as the Arg/Arg-16 variant, causes salmeterol to be ineffective.
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