With $1.5M in New Financing, DioGenix Starts Prospective Trial of Targeted Sequencing-based MS Test | GenomeWeb

DioGenix plans to use $1.5 million it raised last month in series B financing to support a multi-center prospective clinical trial of its targeted B-cell sequencing test for early diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

DioGenix recently completed a mostly retrospective study of its cerebrospinal fluid targeted sequencing approach, which showed that the test performed with double the specificity and about the same sensitivity as current methods for testing CSF such as oligoclonal banding.

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