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The firms will initially use RenalytixAI's KidneyIntelX platform to help improve outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease and its complications.
RenalytixAI's flagship product is KidneyIntelX, which applies artificial intelligence to patient data to aid in the treatment of progressive kidney disease.
KidneyIntelX can be used to report risk assessment results for fast-progressing kidney disease and future kidney failure for patients with chronic kidney disease.
The firm believes the multi-part stratification project will help further commercialization of its KidneyIntelX blood-based assay for acute and chronic kidney disease.
The San Francisco-based startup believes that its QiSant assay could help guide the use of immunosuppressive drugs and other therapies to prevent kidney transplant rejection.
The RT-qPCR test was made available last week after validation in accordance with the US Food and Drug Administration's Emergency Use Authorization guidance.
CareDx first sued Natera in April 2019, accusing the company of trying to mislead patients and clinicians about the superiority of its Prospera transplant test.
The researchers identified 240 metabolite-locus associations, including novel gene candidates for biotransformation and detoxification reactions.
The magistrate did recommend that the court dismiss two counts made against Natera with respect to trademark disparagement and unfair trade practices.
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