Belgian Dx Shop OncoMethylome to File IPO; Sale May Shed Light on Market s Appetite for Dx Plays | GenomeWeb

Belgian molecular diagnostic company OncoMethylome is planning to file an initial public offering "in the coming months" in Europe, an event that may serve as a barometer of sorts for the state of the molecular diagnostics market on that continent.

OncoMethylome, which hopes to list on both the Eurolist and Euronext Brussels and Amsterdam exchanges, plans to use the cash from the IPO to expand and accelerate its pipeline of molecular diagnostics, the firm said in a statement. OncoMethylome has no products on the market yet.

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