MDx/CDx Focus: NanoString Launches Prosigna in EU, Israel; Diagnovus Launches DLBCL Prognostic Test | GenomeWeb

NanoString Kicks off Global Marketing of Prosigna Gene Signature Assay

NanoString Technologies has launched its Prosigna Breast Cancer Prognostic Gene Signature Assay in the European Union and in Israel. Prosigna uses the PAM50 gene signature to gauge the tumor subtype in post-menopausal, hormone receptor-positive, early-stage breast cancer patients treated with endocrine therapy and provides a score that corresponds to an individual's risk for disease recurrence over the next decade.

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