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Konica Minolta to Pay Up to $1 Billion for Ambry

CEO SUMMARY: It’s the second time in six years that a Japanese corporation paid a high price for a genetic testing company in the United States. Konica Minolta will purchase Ambry Genetics for $800 million at closing and $200 million upon hitting certain financial metrics. In 2011, Miraca H…

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Ambry Genetics $800M Sale to Konica Minolta Is a Big Deal for Lab Industry

This is an excerpt from a 2,026-word article in the July 17, 2017 issue of THE DARK REPORT. The complete article is available for a limited time to all readers, and available at all times to paid members of the Dark Intelligence Group. …

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New Company Tracks Details and Prices For 60,000 Molecular and Genetic Tests

CEO SUMMARY: Advances in the speed, accuracy, and cost of next-generation gene sequencing making it possible for clinical labs to create thousands of new tests. How many new tests? NextGxDx, an information technology company, says the nation’s clinical laboratories are introducing new m…

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Frederick Sanger Dies at Age 95, Hailed as Father of Genomics

EVERY DAY, ACROSS THE GLOBE, labs perform testing using Sanger sequencing and other fundamental techniques of proteomics and genomics pioneered and developed by Frederick Sanger, who died last month at the age of 95. Sanger is considered one of the giants in biochemistry. He was one of only three pe…

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Exome Sequencing Next “Big Thing” for Diagnosis

CEO SUMMARY: For disease diagnostics, exome sequencing is not yet routine, but geneticists are getting close. Using this technology, researchers read those parts of the human genome where about 85% of disease-causing mutations reside. By looking only at the regions that encode proteins—…

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November 6, 2006 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

There’s regulatory relief for California labs in the important area of technical staff licensing. California’s Department of Health Services (DHS) has approved the Board of Registry medical technologist (MT) examination administered by the American Society of Clinical Pat…

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