NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Illumina has submitted a companion diagnostic test it developed in conjunction with pharmaceutical company Amgen to the US Food and Drug Administration for pre-market approval, the company said this week.

The submission is just one example of the company's continued move into the oncology market, Illumina CEO and President Francis deSouza said during a conference call discussing the firm's third quarter 2016 results.

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