With Array CGH Test Launch One Month Away, CMDX Says It Welcomes Discussion With FDA | GenomeWeb
Responding to an untitled letter sent by the US Food and Drug Administration in June, CombiMatrix Molecular Diagnostics last week said it welcomes the opportunity to discuss its technology with the agency as it plans to begin selling its first Constitutional Genetic Array Test next month as a homebrew diagnostic.
CMDX CEO Matthew Watson told BioArray News that the company had been “planning on contacting [the FDA] anyway, so this is a great opportunity for us to get this done.”

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