PathWork to Submit Affy-Based CUP Diagnostic For FDA Approval in 2006; Two More on the Way | GenomeWeb

Fresh from inking a pact to use Affymetrix's GeneChip platform for its diagnostics, a PathWork Informatics official told BioArray News last week that the San Jose, Calif.-based molecular diagnostics company is planning to submit a test for tumors of unknown origin to the US Food and Drug Administration for approval in 2006.

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