NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) –Amoy Diagnostics today said that China's State Food and Drug Administration has approved the company's EML4-ALK Fusion Gene Detection Kit for marketing in that country.

The approval allows Amoy to market the kit, which received CE Marking in January, for clinical use.

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