Greiner Bio-One Plans Array-Based Cervical Cancer IVD Launch for Fall | GenomeWeb

One year after it released an array-based in vitro diagnostic for periodontal disease, Greiner Bio-One plans to stake a new claim in the European IVD market by launching an in vitro diagnostic for cervical cancer.

According to Jörg Stappert, product manager at Greiner Bio-One, the Frickenhausen, Germany-based company plans to release PapilloCheck, a microarray-based IVD for cancer of the cervix, by the fourth quarter.

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