With Clinical Trials Underway, Agilent Anticipates 2014 FDA Submission for Cyto Array Platform | GenomeWeb

By the end of next year, all of the large array vendors could have US Food and Drug Administration-cleared products on the market for postnatal constitutional cytogenetics.

Representatives of Agilent Technologies told BioArray News during a recent visit to the firm's headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., that the company is taking part in several studies that will inform part of a future cyto-focused submission to the US regulatory agency as soon as next year.

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