Xceed Molecular, a Wellesley, Mass.-based company with molecular diagnostics ambitions, is narrowing down its areas of diagnostic interest and laying the foundation for a 510(k) submission to the US Food and Drug Administration next year, according to a company official.

CEO David Deems told BioArray News last week that Xceed has "honed in on several diagnostic areas," including breast cancer and colon cancer, and is currently involved in developing assays that will eventually be used by clinicians.

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