DiaGenic Wraps Up Discovery Research for Alzheimer's Dx, Begins Validation on TaqMan | GenomeWeb

DiaGenic announced this week that it has concluded its discovery work on an early-stage, peripheral blood-based test for Alzheimer's disease and that it has developed a gene-expression signature that can identify the disease in an individual with 87 percent accuracy.

DiaGenic CEO Anders Lönneborg said in a statement that developing the signature represents "a major step" towards DiaGenic's goal "to develop a simple blood-based test that will enable physicians to discriminate between non-AD and AD patients at an early stage."

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