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NEW YORK ─ Microbiome profiling technology startup Bio-Me is kicking off a project to accelerate development of a companion diagnostic test that it believes can improve response rates to immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) cancer treatments.

The Oslo, Norway-based startup anticipates its qPCR-based Precision Microbiome Profiling technology will serve as a tool that helps clinicians address clinical challenges associated with how the gut microbiome influences the efficacy of ICI treatments.

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