Celera Diagnostics Prepares to Launch First Internally Developed ASR in July | GenomeWeb

Celera Diagnostics will deliver its first internally developed genetic test to a large reference lab in July, according to a company official.

The announcement by company president Kathy Ordoñez, made at the BIO CEO conference in New York City this week, means that the Applera unit may be able to market the assay as an FDA-approved in vitro diagnostic as early as January 2005.

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