Responding to FDA s Warning, Nanogen Promises to Settle Dispute in September | GenomeWeb

Nanogen officials have responded to an FDA warning letter that criticized the firm for apparently marketing its Molecular Biology Workstation without the requisite FDA approvals by pledging to work with the agency to resolve the situation.

The discussions between Nanogen and the FDA are not likely to affect the company's ongoing plan to release its NanoChip 400 System into the same lab market that the FDA said Nanogen's Molecular Biology Workstation is being marketed to improperly.

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