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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – NanoString has made the advancement of its digital spatial profiling technology a major focus for the upcoming year as it builds up to a full commercial launch.

President and CEO Brad Gray reiterated during a call discussing the firm's first quarter earnings earlier this week that NanoString hopes to launch its DSP platform in an early-access context by the end of this year, and to expand to a full commercial launch in the middle of next year.

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