By granting French diagnostics services provider Diaxonhit with an exclusive license to perform the multi-gene expression test AlloMap, XDx earlier this month took a major step toward growing the European market for its flagship product.

Since 2005, Brisbane, Calif.-based XDx has been marketing AlloMap in the US, where more than 25,000 patients have been tested to date. FDA-cleared AlloMap is a blood-based test that gauges the expression of 20 genes and yields a score of between zero and 40. XDx performs the test in the US through its CLIA certified lab.

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