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CeMines Estonian Subsidiary Receives CE Mark for Lung Cancer Dx

NEW YORK, Jan. 12 (GenomeWeb News) - The European Union's regulatory body cleared the CellCorrect Lab Detection Kit for clinical use, CeMines said today.


EU's State Agency of Medicines-Department of Medical Devices on Dec. 30, 2005, granted the CE Mark for the molecular blood test to detect and diagnose lung cancer. CeMines Estonia OU, a wholly owned subsidiary, filed for CE Mark registration in September 2005.  


CeMines Estonia will market and distribute the test under the brand name CellCorrect KvA-40 LAb Kit.


CeMines filed a 501(k) application for CellCorrect Lab with the US Food and Drug Administration in May 2005. Claiming "productive discussions" with the FDA, the company expects "substantial forward progress" in 2006.

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