On Heels of Strong Q3, Nanogen Turns Eyes To FDA Approval, Licensing Deals With Jurilab | GenomeWeb

Buoyed by strong third-quarter revenue growth, San Diego-based Nanogen is prepping its newly released NanoChip 400 System for US Food and Drug Administration approval and exploring new ways to license its IP portfolio, according to company officials.

The molecular diagnostics company will also make a follow-up investment in Jurilab, and look to channel its own and Jurilab's IP portfolio into licensing opportunities.

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