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NEW YORK – IncellDx and Factorial Diagnostics have inked an exclusive license and supply agreement for technology to develop their multi-omic cancer diagnostic workflow.

San Carlos, California-based Factorial will use InCellDx's new IncellMax-Seq reagent to perform in situ library preparation for next-generation sequencing (NGS) applications.

The firms believe the collaboration will allow simultaneous immunophenotyping capabilities, along with unequivocal cell pre-identification.

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