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NEW YORK – In Adaptive Biotechnologies' first ever quarterly results conference call, officials unveiled plans for new products and regulatory approvals.

The Seattle-based immune sequencing firm is developing new research and clinical assays — including a new research-use-only kit and a blood-based diagnostic test dubbed "immunoSeq Dx" — and is pursuing additional regulatory approvals for its existing clinical test, clonoSeq.

Adaptive officials also painted a promising picture of payor coverage for clonoSeq.

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