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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – As Adaptive Biotechnologies expands its business from immune repertoire sequencing into therapeutics, it is developing tools that it can use to identify biomarkers to help in the development of immunotherapies.

The company recently presented some of its work in this area at the American Association of Immunologists meeting in Seattle. In addition, following the meeting, Adaptive CSO Harlan Robins spoke to GenomeWeb about a new assay the company has developed called MIRA, for multiplexed identification of T cell receptor antigen specificity.

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