Whatman Now Says Delayed Combichip Will Win CE Mark in 4-8 Weeks; US Launch Timeline Undisclosed | GenomeWeb

Overcoming a five-month delay, Whatman has filed its Combichip product with European regulators and expects the protein-based diagnostic array, indicated for autoimmune diseases, to win the CE Mark as early as next month, officials told BioArray News this week.

The officials, which have not disclosed specific plans for launching the chip in the US, also said the company intends to launch an automated, high-throughput format of its flagship array slides in the second half of this year.

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